I. International scene: 1. UN General Assembly: A. Soviet communist assault on Hammarskjold and UN; B. Congo developments; C. Putting UNGA into context of US - USSR relationships since 20 Jan; D. Disarmament; 2. Kennedy administration's approach to world affairs; 3. On Algeria; 4. Nuclear test negotiations
II. Anniversaries and dates
III. Behind Iron Curtain-affairs: 1. China famine coverage; 2. 40th anniversary of Tenth CPSU Party Congress; 3. Romanian elections; 4. Attack on the churches in Poland and East Germany; 5. Gomulka's 6 Feb. speech to Democratic Party Congress
Records of Free Europe Committee: President's Office: Encrypted Telex Communication between FEC New York and RFE Munich (HU OSA 298-1-2)
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HU OSA 298-1-2-35-0898
"NYC-88 February Crypto Message", 17 February 1961. HU OSA 298-1-2-35-0898; Records of Free Europe Committee: President's Office: Encrypted Telex Communication between FEC New York and RFE Munich; Open Society Archives at Central European University, Budapest.
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