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February 20, 1993

The Chancellor's [Helmut Kohl's] Meeting with Indian Prime Minister Rao on Thursday, 18 February 1993

Kohl and Rao discuss the state of German-Indian relations, especially in terms of trade. Rao complains about problems with regards to the import of dual-use goods from Germany. India's feelings were hurt as the country was treaty in the same way as Libya. Kohl makes a case for caution saying that "Germany must not become the global arms exporter number one.“

December 20, 1963

Transcript of Conversation between Zhou Enlai and Reporters in Cairo

Premier Zhou and Chen Yi answer questions from reporters in Cairo. Zhou and Chen were asked about issues such as their visit to Arab and African countries, China's support for national liberation movements in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, the United Arab Republic (Egypt) and Sri Lanka's perspective of the Sino-Indian border conflict, the purpose of the Chinese delegation's visit to Arab and African countries, issues that will be discussed in potential second Bandung Conference, the Sino-Soviet split, and the Pakistani national movement. Zhou also explains why China opposed the ban on nuclear test treaty.

April 25, 1960

Transcript of Conversation between Zhou Enlai and Reporters in New Delhi

Premier Zhou visits New Delhi. Reporters ask Premier Zhou about the possibility of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru visiting China, the India-China border conflict, and China's relations with other countries. On the topic of territorial disputes, Zhou says that China has never invaded other countries territories, instead China has been the one historically invaded. Zhou ends with remarks emphasizing his hope for maintaining friendly relations between China and India.

October 3, 1950

Transcript of Conversation between Zhou Enlai and K.M. Panikkar

Zhou Enlai talks with K.M. Panikkar about a letter from Jawaharlal Nehru asking about the North Korea issue and U.S. involvement on the Korean peninsula. Zhou expresses that if American soldiers cross the 38th parallel, then China will take charge of the issue. Zhou also communicates the desire from the Chinese side for the peaceful settlement of the Korea issuen through the UN, which will first require foreign armed forces to exit the Korean peninsula.

December 18, 1956

Gazette of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, 1956, No. 45 (Overall Issue No. 71)

This issue features a transcript of questions and answers from Zhou Enlai's meeting with journalists in Madras, India (now Chennai). Several sections cover Sino-Yugoslavian trade and relations, while other reports discuss finances and agricultural preparations for the end of the year.

April 21, 1955

Gazette of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, 1955, No. 5 (Overall Issue No. 8)

This issue begins with an announcement from Mao Zedong to end the state of war between China and Germany. It then features several reports about the Bandung Asian-African Conference in Indonesia, including a statement about the bomb explosion that sought to target Zhou Enlai on the way there. Other sections cover topics such as Sino-Indian relations, the creation of a Third Ministry of Machine Building to oversee developments in aviation, and the establishment of ethnic autonomous areas.

May 15, 1959

Mao Zedong, 'On Sino-Indian Relations'

In commenting on a speech for China's ambassador to India, Mao emphasizes that, overall, India is a friendly country. China's primary enemy is not India but the imperialist United States. (The name of Ambassador Pan Zili is redacted throughout.)

March 1, 1955

Gazette of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, 1954, No. 1 (Overall Issue No. 1)

This issue features content on China's cooperation with the Soviet Union, Mongolia, India, Albania, and Ceylon (Sri Lanka). It also has sections on Taiwan, education, economic policies, and railroad development.

May 5, 1980

Annex 7: Interview with Deng Xiaoping, 17 April 1980 (Summary Report)

Deng and Berlinguer talk about the strategy of Indira Gandhi and the policy of the Soviet Union in South Asia.

September 10, 1954

The Second Secretary at London (Zimmerman) to the Department of State, 'Transmittal of Indian Summary of Tibetan Reports Covering Period January to April 1954'

A summary of the report of the Indian Mission to Lhasa covering January-April 1954.