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October 1, 1950

Syrian Activities in Lebanon

Short report on the movements and activities of Akram Hourani and his colleagues while in Lebanon.

June 1, 1950

The Baath Party Conference

Report on a conference of the Ba'ath party held in Damascus, with a list of attendees.

April 9, 1971

A Communist Informer in the Ba'ath Party

Document regarding information on the Ba'ath party given to the Lebanese Communist party by an informant.

November 26, 1956

Untitled report about the Baath Party

The Baath Party gains strength in Iraq, Jordan, and Lebanon in its objective to fight colonialism, preserve the current Syrian regime, oppose the Baghdad Pact, and achieve other goals.


British Policy in Syria

Britain supports Syrian opposition parties--Hizb al-Shaab and the Baath Party.

September 13, 1956

Muslim Brotherhood Activities

Document describes Muslim Brotherhood and Communist Party activities in early September 1956, and covers the Suez canal crisis, the Algerian rebels, enmity between the Communists and the Brotherhood, Brotherhood camps in Syria, 1956 elections in Jordan, the Russian delegation's trip to Syria, an alliance between the Ba'ath and the Communists, and a rivalry between the Communists and Kamal Jumblat.

September 10, 1957

Arab Ba'ath Socialist Party Meeting in Damascus

Summary of a significant meeting of the Arab Ba'ath Socialist Party of Syria, attended by Syrian Foreign Minister Salah al-Bitar.

February 16, 1967

The Visit of the [Syrian] Ba’ath in the USSR, Political Report No. 3

The document records the state of play in Syrian-Soviet relations prior to the Six-Day War. According to the author of the report negotiations between the Syrian Ba’ath delegation and Soviet authorities, which took place in Moscow during January 1967, were tense and uneasy because the Soviets were displeased by the provocative and aggressive Syrian policy toward Israel.