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SX/D871.29-68/U-58CI/1941-1949/:3(1-6)
OSS/State Department Intelligence and Research and Reports. Part III. China and India 1941-1949.  / Paul Kesaris. --Frederick, MD.: University Publications of America,1977. --6卷 : 正片 ; 35mm. --编目员补充的翻译题名: 美国战略情报局/国务院情报与研究报告. --ISBN 0890931194:CNY7800.00(全6卷)
 
SX/D871.29-68/U-58CIOSS/1941-1949/:3 (1)
1. –1018幅. --子目: (1) Stabilization and Silver in American Aid to China: I: The Relation of Silver to American Aid to China. II: Stabilization of the Yuan December 31, 1941. 27pp. (2) American Aid to China, 81pp. (3) Chinese Politico-Military Factions, 18pp. (4) Memorandum to Colonel Donovan from Pearl S. Buck. January 19, 1942. 15pp. (5) Trade Between Occupied China and Free China. June 16,1942. 7pp. (6) The Changing Chinese Panorama. August 26, 1942. 41pp. (7) The Chinese River Systems, 39pp. (8) Notes on Interviews with Chinese Leaders. September 5, 1942. 45pp. (9) Outer Mongolia: A Social-Political-Economic Survey with Appended Survey of Tannu Tuva. February 23, 1943. 89pp., 1 map. (10) China's First Public Opinion Poll. February 26, 1943. llpp. (11) The Guerrilla Front in North China. May 21, 1943. 26pp. (12) American Cooperation with China during the First Year of War. June 11, 1943. 114pp. (13) Survey of China. June 19, 1943. 281pp. (14) Survey of Hainan. June 30, 1943. 64pp. (15) China's Destiny, by Chiang K'ai-shek: A Political Bible for the New China. July 15, 1943. llpp. (16) Survey of Sinkiang. September 27, 1943. 64pp. (17) Survey of Tibet. October 1, 1943. 85pp., 2 maps.
 
SX/D871.29-68/U-58CIOSS/1941-1949/:3 (2)
2. –997幅. --子目: (1) Kwagsi-Kwangtung Leaders. February 26, 1944. 20pp. (2) The Present Stability of the Chinese Government. June 10, 1944. 5pp. (3) Chiang K'ai-shek's Inauguration of a Committee for the Establishment of a Constitutional Government. June 16, 1944. 4pp. (4) China's Borderlands. August 7, 1944. llpp., 1 map. (5) Scope and Operation of Censorship in China. September 15, 1944. 31pp. (6) Resources and Trade in East China. November 1, 1944. 9pp. (7) People and Government in East Asia: A Survey of Conditions in Fukien, Chekiang, and Kiangsu. November 1, 1944. 107pp. (8) East China Coast: Economics. November 1, 1944. 280pp. (9) Political Appreciation of the Situation in China. December 18, 1944. 9pp. (10) Leadership and Program of the Chinese Communists. December 22, 1944. 4pp. (11) Scope and Operation of Censorship in China. January 10, 1945. 5pp. (12) The Military and Political Situation in Northern Hopeh, Northern Shansi, Eastern Suiyvan, and Southern Chahar. April 28, 1945. 5pp. (13) ThePeiping-Canton Railroad. June20,1945. 99pp., 2 foldouts. (14) Peoples and Politics of China's Northwest. July 1, 1945. 65pp. (15) Political Implications of Chinese Secret Societies. July 1, 1945. 64pp. (16) Chee Rung Tang Leans toward Anti-Kuomintang Forces. July 16, 1945. 3pp. (17) Yen Hsi-Shanis' Political Position in North China. July 16, 1945. 7pp. (18) China: Political Aspects of Communist Military Organization. July 16, 1945. 5pp. (19) China: Organization for Political Work in the Communist Armed Forces. July 23, 1945. 7pp. (20) Political Techniques of the Communist Armed Forces. July 30, 1945. 4pp. (21) China: People's Political Council Evades the Issue Regarding National Assembly. August 6, 1945. 4pp. (22) Chinese Views of the Japanese Emperor. August 24,1945. 5pp. (23) Implications of the Sino-Soviet Agreement for the Internal Politics of China. September 7, 1945. 7pp. (24) Biographical Notes on Leading Personalities in North China Political Affairs Council. October 8, 1945. 118pp. (25) The Chinese Communists and Central Government Reach a Limited Agreement. October 26, 1945. 5pp. (26) The Policy of the United States in Regard to Foreign Enclaves in China. October 30, 1945. 10pp., 2 maps. (27) Economy of Communist North China, 1937-45: Areas of Control. November 23, 1945. 40pp., 1 map. (28) Economy of Communist North China, 1937-45: Summary of Economic Policies. December 11, 1945. 38pp. (29) Politico-Military Situation in China. December 11, 1945.16pp. (30) The Chinese Political Consultative Council. December 27,1945. 24pp.
 
 
SX/D871.29-68/U-58CI /1941-1949/:3(3)
3. –1042幅. --子目: (1) Current Food, Coal, and Transportation Situation Prevailing in China. January 2, 1946. 64pp., 2 maps. (2) Problems and Political Factors Involved in Central Government Control of Northeast China. January 25, 1946. 13pp. (3) Kuomintang-Chinese Communist Negotiations for a Political Settlement. January 30, 1946. 47pp. (4) The Present Position of the China Democratic League. February 7, 1946. 33pp. (5) Economy of Communist North China, 1937-45: Land Policy. March 8, 1946. 47pp. (6) Recent Developments Concerning Manchuria. March 15, 1946. 82pp. (7) Economy of Communist North China, 1937-45: Land and Food. April 12, 1946. 55pp. (8) Chinese Economic Problems Involved in Repatriation of Japanese Industrial Personnel. April 15, 1946. 23pp. (9) Economy of Communist North China, 1937-45: Labor. April 25, 1946. 29pp. (10) Economy of Communist North China, 1937-45: Standard of Living. June 15, 1946. 23pp. (11) Economy of Communist North China, 1937-45: Cooperatives. June 30, 1946. 22pp. (12) U.N.R.R. A. Farm Tool Shop Program in China. July 10, 1946. 8pp. (13) Developments in the State Control of Chinese Industries. July 17, 1946. 13pp. (14) An Analysis of the Problem of Restoring and Expanding Chinese Merchant Shipping in the Postwar Period. July 22, 1946. 57pp. (15) Koreans in Manchuria. July 29, 1946. 4pp. (16) Economy of Communist North China, 1937-45: Industries and Mining. August 20, 1946. 27pp. (17) Trends Toward State Control of Industry in China. August 20, 1946. 63pp. (18) Economy of Communist North China, 1937-45: Finance. August 26, 1946. 24pp. (19) Effect of Chinese Military Operations on the U.N.R.R.A. Relief Program. August 28, 1946. 7pp. (20) Chinese Attitudes Toward the Veto Power in the United Nations. August 30, 1946. 6pp. (21) The Korean Minority in Manchuria. September 13, 1946. 21pp. 2 maps. (22) The Role of the State Council in Chinese Government. October 22, 1946. 39pp. (23) Resume of Postwar Labor Developments in Nationalist China. November 1, 1946. 58pp. (24) Chinese Official Attitudes on Reparations. November 15, 1946. 8pp. (25) Estimate of the Implications of the Present Situation in China for Possible American Programs. December 14, 1946. 9pp. (26) Survey of the Area from Wrangel Island to Hong Kong. December 15, 1946. 196pp. (27) China Proper, Manchuria, and Formosa: Production Prospects and Domestic Requirements in 1947. December 15, 1946. 56pp. (28) China's Arsenals. December 16, 1946. 8pp.
 
SX/D871.29-68/U-58CI /1941-1949/:3(4)
4. –982幅. --子目: (1) Wartime and Postwar Status of the Silk Industry in the Far East: China. March 15, 1947. 17pp. (2) The Trend of Inflation in China: 1946-47. March 18,1947.19pp. (3) Biographic Reports on the Lesser Known Members of the State Council and the Kuomintang Political Council. May 1, 1947. 39pp. (4) Estimate of the Petroleum Situation in China. May 7, 1947. 32pp. (5) The April 1947 Reorganization of the Chinese Government. May 26, 1947. 52pp. (6) Major Factors Controlling the Size of the Chinese Communist Armies. June 25, 1947. 18pp. (7) Biographies of Sinkiang Officials. June 30, 1947. 17pp. (8) Chinese Delegates to the United Nations and Specialized Agencies. July 1, 1947. 30pp. (9) Recent Eve'nts in Sinkiang. July 11, 1947. 21pp. (10) Trends in the Chinese National Budget. July 15, 1947. 35pp. (11) Biographies of Leading Members of Minority Political Groups in China. August 29, 1947. 64pp. (12) Soviet Economic Interests in Manchuria. January 27, 1948. 16pp. (13) Religious Intolerance in Communist China. April 9, 1948. 15pp. (14) Popular Reactions to Chinese Communist Rule. April 15, 1948. 30pp. (15) Biographic Data on Members of the Politburo and the Central Executive Committee of the Chinese Communist Party. August 20, 1948. 22pp (16) Interrogation Reports on Soviet Removals of Japanese Industrial Facilities from Manchuria. October 8, 1948. 46pp. (17) Economic Developments in China, 1948. December 14, 1948. 27pp. (18) U.S. Involvement with the National Government of China. January 10, 1949. 22pp. (19) Chinese Communist Commercial Policy. January 17, 1949. 43pp. (20) The Effect of a Communist-Dominated China on Other Areas of the Far East. January 24, 1949. 29pp. (21) Transfer of Political Power in China. February 4, 1949. 29pp. (22) New Light on Chinese Communism from a Disillusioned Party Member. March 22, 1949. 26pp. (23) China's New Political Consultative Conference: Its Preliminary Stages. April 19, 1949. 38pp. (24) Semi-Autonomous Status of Koreans in Communist Manchuria. May 16, 1949. 16pp. (25) China's Search for Peace and Stability in the Twentieth Century. May 24, 1949. 45pp. (26) Considerations Relevant to the Formulation of Conditions for U.S. Recognition of a Communist Government of China. July 1949. 28pp. (27) Prospects for Renewed Peace Negotiations Between the Chinese Communists and the Kwangsi Clique. July 25,1949.21pp. (28) The Potentials of World Communism: China. August 1, 1949. 50pp. (29) The Newly Proclaimed Central People's Government of the People's Republic of China. September 6, 1949. 16pp. Supplement. November 21, 1949. 5pp. (30) Nature and Extent of Governmental Authority in China as of August 30, 1949. September 21, 1949. 36pp. (31) Prospects for Cooperation between Chiang K'ai-shek and other Non-Communist Leaders in China. 1949. 20pp. (32) Possible Chinese Charges, and Soviet Countercharges, Concerning Violations of the Sino-Soviet Treaty and Agreement of August 14, 1946. September 23, 1949. 18pp. (33) Initial Chinese Communist Reactions to the U.S. White Paper on China. November 3, 1949. 16pp. (34) Current British Policy toward Communist China. November 15, 1949. 19pp. (35) The Status of Mao Tse-Tung as Theoretician and Leader. December 22, 1949. 26pp.
 
SX/D871.29-68/U-58CI /1941-1949/:3(5)
5. –741幅. --子目: (1) The Industrial "War Effort" of India. October 31, 1941. 5pp. (2) America and India's War Morale. January 7, 1942. llpp. (3) Conflict in India. January 15, 1942. 38pp. (4) Economic Estimate of Calcutta and Environs. January 22, 1942. 33pp. (5) Notes on the Military Significance and Defense of Ceylon. February 27, 1942. 31pp., 1 map. (6) How Strong is Muslim Hostility to a Self-Governing India? March 6, 1942. 10pp. (7) Social Conditions, Attitudes, and Propaganda in India with Suggestions for American Orientation Toward the Indians. May 14, 1942. 49pp. (8) American Troops and Civil Disobedience in India. June 25, 1942. 22pp. (9) Survey of South India and Orissa. August 7, 1942. 127pp. (10) Survey of Northwest India (a.)Population and Social Conditions (b.)Political (c.)Economic September 19, 1942. 162pp. (11) Strategic Survey of Northeastern India. January 19, 1943. 175pp., 15 maps. (12) Survey of Western India. February 1, 1943. 243pp., 1 map.
 
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6. –1053幅. --子目: (1) Pakistan: A Muslim Project for a Separate State in India. February 5, 1943. 104pp. (2) Implications of Gandhi's Fast for Psychological Warfare. February 22, 1943. 5pp. (3) The Depressed Classes of India. May 27, 1943. 62pp. (4) Survey of India: (a.) Population and Social Conditions (b.) Political (c.) Economic d. Who's Who Biographies November 26, 1943. 245pp., 2 maps. (5) Prospects of a British-India Compromise Arrangement. July 30, 1945. 5pp. (6) The Communist Party of India. August 1945. 83pp. (7) Thailand's Connection with Indian Nationalist Activities. August 13, 1945. 3pp. (8) British Business Prospects in India. October 5, 1945. 4pp. (9) The All-India Muslim League: Part I: Organization, Leadership, Strength, and Program. August 1, 1946. 44pp. (10) The All-India Muslim League: Part II: Leading Members. August 1, 1946. 27pp. (11) Indian Views of the Future of Anglo-Indian Relations. January 24, 1947. 47pp. (12) India's Future Trade Position in the Near East. February 21, 1947. 15pp. (13) Indian Views on the U.S.S.R. and on Indian Communists. June 4, 1947. 43pp. (14) Transition from British to Indian Rule in the Northwest Frontier Province. July 14, 1947. 69pp. (15) Procedural Aspects of the Problem of the Accession of Indian States to India and Pakistan. January 21, 1948. 17pp. (16) Recent Developments in Communist Policy and Tactics in India and Pakistan. June 11, 1948. 44pp. (17) The Problem of the Future Status of Hyderabad. August 16, 1948. 47pp., 1 map. (18) Armed Forces Budget of India. February 16, 1949. 15pp. (19) India's Concepts of its Future Role in Southeast Asia. March 8, 1949. 28pp. (20) Potentials of World Communism: India. August 1, 1949. 28pp. (21) Postwar Developments in the Indian Labor Movement. September 8, 1949. 30pp. (22) India: Problems and Prospects. October 4, 1949. 56pp.
 
SX/D871.29-68/U-58CI /1941-1949/:9(1-5)
OSS/State Department Intelligence and Research and Reports. Part IX. China and India 1950-1961 Supplement. / Paul Kesaris. --Frederick, MD.: University Publications of America,1979. --5卷(幅) : 正片 ; 35mm. --子目: (1) 编目员补充的翻译题名: 美国战略情报局/国务院情报与研究报告. --ISBN 0890932492:CNY6500.00(全5卷)
 
SX/D871.29-68/U-58CI /1950-1961/:9(1)
1. –928幅. --子目: (1) Problems of Cotton Textile Production in China, 1950. January 18, 1950. 25 pp. (2) Chinese Communist Import Requirements, 1950-52. February 28, 1950. 84 pp. (3) The Status of Organized Labor in China. April 3, 1950. 11 pp. (4) The Future of Sino-Soviet Economic Relations. April 4, 1950. 25 pp. (5) Stalin and the Chinese Revolution. May 2, 1950. 37 pp. (6) Factors Involved in Chinese Communist Military Policy toward Indochina. June I, 1950. 9 pp. (7) Survey of Economic InformationJune 3-June 17, 1950. June 20, 1950. 10 pp. (8) Leaders of Communist China. August 4, 1950. 280 pp. (9) Factors Influencing a Chinese Communist Decision Regarding an Attack on Formosa. September 2, 1950. 17 pp. (10) Defectors from the Kuomingtang. November 3, 1950. 32 pp. (11) Chinese Communist Propaganda on the Korean Conflict. November 29, 1950. 12 pp. (12) Chinese Communist Intentions in South China. January 30, 1951. 9 pp. (13) "Freedom of the Press" in Communist China. April 17, 1951. 4pp. (14) Current Public Opinion in Communist China. May 14, 1951. 20 pp. (15) The Sino-Soviet Treaty and Agreements. May 23, 1951. 6 pp. (16) The Current Situation in Macau. Octobers, 1951. 21 pp. (17) The Objectives of Land Reform in Communist China. November 8, 1951. 6 pp. (18) A New Estimate of Communist China's Foreign Trade in 1950. November 19, 1951. 8 pp. (19) Internal Conditions in Communist China. December 28, 1951. 4 pp. (20) Significant Trends in Communist China's Foreign Trade in 1951. January 8, 1952. 14 pp. (21) Communist China: Satellite or Junior Partner of the USSR January 11, 1952. 6 pp. (22) The Process of Agricultural Collectivization in Communist China. March 5, 1952. 3 pp. (23) The Chinese Communist Domestic Program for 1952. March 6, 1952. 4 pp. (24) The Campaign Against Corruption in Communist China. March 12, 1952. 11 pp. (25) The "Struggle Meeting" in Communist China. April 21, 1952. 4 pp. (26) Pei-Ping May Festivals Campaign in Asia. May 27, 1952. 6 pp. (27) Buddhist Institutions in China Proper and Their Intelligence Aspect. September 24, 1952. 30 pp. (28) Reorganization of the Chinese Communist Governmental Structure. December 5, 1952. 7 pp. (29) The Economic Cost to Hong Kong of a Complete Severance of Trade with Communist China. December 22, 1952. 6 pp. (30) Chinese Communist Imports from Non-Communist Countries Rose in the Third Quarter of 1952. December 22, 1952. 7 pp. (31) The Hate America Campaign in Communist China. January 15, 1953. 210 pp.
 
SX/D871.29-68/U-58CI /1950-1961/:9(2)
2. –934幅. --子目: (1) Achievements of the Chinese Communist Regime during 1952. February 4, 1953. 4pp. (2) Chinese Communist Methods of Extracting Confessions for Political Ends. February 19, 1953. 12pp. (3) Points of Stress in Current Sino-Soviet Relations. April 1, 1953. 7pp. (4) Education in Communist China. April 15, 1953. 8pp. (5) The Fate of Science in Communist China. May 14, 1953. 10pp. (6) Facets of Chinese Communist and Soviet Behavior at ECAFE Meetings as Indicators of the Effectiveness of Trade Controls and of Sino-Soviet Policy Motivations. May 15, 1953. 23pp. (7) Reported Chinese Communist Incursion into Burma. July 16, 1953. 4pp. (8) Communist Attitudes toward Chinese Communist Membership in the U.N. July 31, 1953. 9pp. (9) "Under Communism a Man Stops Being a Man." October 27, 1953. 10pp. (10) Totalitarianism in Communist China. May 14, 1954. 4pp. (11) Current Governmental Changes in Communist China. July 28, 1954. 8pp. (12) The Fiction of Chinese Communist "Volunteers" in Korea. July 29, 1954. 3pp. (13) 1954 Flood Damage in Communist China. August 4, 1954. 7pp. (14) China in Communist Strategy in Asia. August 6, 1953. 2pp. (15) Soviet Imperialism along China's Borders: Sinkiang. September 14, 1954. 33pp. (16) A Comparison of Chinese Communist and DRV (Democratic Republic of Vietnam) Directives for the Takeover of Their Respective Countries. October 8, 1954. 11pp. (17) The Chinese Communist Population and Population Policy. November 9, 1954. 12pp. (18) The Chinese Communist Position of the Afro-Asian Conference. January 20, 1955. 8pp. (19) Chinese Communist Efforts to Create an Asian Trade Union Congress. January 24, 1955. 9pp. (20) Chinese Communist Railroad Operations, February 2, 1955. 28pp. (21) Chinese Communist Views on Taiwan. March 22, 1955. 6pp. (22) Recent Developments and Future Prospects of Japanese Trade with Communist China. April 15, 1955. 23pp. (23) Soviet Military Assistance to Communist China. April 20, 1955. 1p. (24) Sino-Soviet Relations. May 19, 1955. 6pp. (25) The Chinese Communist Position at the Bandung Conference. May 20, 1955. 5pp. (26) Chinese Communist World Outlook: Views on with the Soviet Union and the Soviet Bloc. August 1955.44pp. (27) Reassessment of Chinese Communist Activities in the Taiwan Strait. August 24, 1955. 16pp. (28) Sino-Soviet Relations: A Reappraisal. November 4, 1955. 36pp. (29) Prospects for an Increase in the Free World's Trade with Communist China. November 8, 1955. 12 pp. (30) Chinese Communist Policy toward Buddhism. November 10, 1955. 2pp. (31) Eight Party Congress of the Chinese Communist Party-Its Implications for Party Leadership and Organization. January 15, 1956. 28pp. (32) Domestic Developments in Communist China, 1955. February 27, 1956. 13pp. (33) Communist China's Foreign Trade in 1955. February 28, 1956. 3pp. (34) Nuclear Research and Communist China. March 22, 1956. 3pp. (35) Possibility of Food Crisis in Communist China within Ten Years. April 26, 1956. 3pp. (36) Reported Agreements between the USSR and Communist China. June 21, 1956. 95pp. (37) Chinese Communist Technical Assistance to Outer Mongolia. July 16, 1956. 4pp. (38) Current Status of Communist China's Diplomatic Relations with Other Countries. July 25, 1956. 5pp. (39) Chinese Communist Penetration Frontiers. August 29, 1956. 10pp. (40) Chinese Communist World Outlook: Views Regarding the United States. September 1956. 47pp. (41) Relaxation of Domestic Tension in Communist China. September 28, 1956. 13pp. (42) The Karamai Oil Fields of Sinkiang. October 5, 1956. 4pp. (43) Unrest in Tibet. November 1, 1956. 8pp. (44) The Chinese Communists Reevaluate the Intellectuals. November 5, 1956. 23pp. (45) Peiping's View of the Communist Bloc. December 3, 1956. 15pp. (46) Chou En-Lai's Trip and Soviet Policy. January 30, 1957. 5pp. (47) Communist China's "People's Diplomacy" January 1955 through June 1956. February 7, 1957. 12pp., App. 261pp.
 
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3. –770幅. --子目: (1) Chinese Communist Policy toward Overseas Chinese in Malaya. February 18, 1957. 14pp. (2) Soviet and Chinese Communist Positions on the Kashmir Dispute. February 25, 1957. 7pp. (3) "Contradictions" in Communist May 13, 1957. 11pp. (4) Chinese Communist Cotton Production. June 5, 1957. 5pp. (5) Mao Tse-Tung's "Secret Speech." July 1, 1957. 11pp. (6) Chinese Communist Competition with Japan in Exports to South and Southeast Asia. December 20, 1957. 19pp. (7) Implications of Communist North Korea. March 17, 1958. 6pp. (8) Trends in Communist China's Imports from the Coordinating Committee Countries. May 12, 1958. 10pp. (9) Communist China's View of Trade with Japan. June 30, 1958. 14pp. (10) Divisive and Cohesive Elements in the Sino-Soviet Alliance. September 15, 1958. 23pp. (11) Peiping's Present Outlook on the Taiwan Strait Situation. September 18, 1958. 5pp. (12) Peiping's Commune Program. January 16, 1959. 17pp. (13) The New Sino-Soviet Economic Agreement. February 27, 1959. 9pp. (14) Recent Developments in Sino-Soviet Relations. March 27, 1959. 20pp. (15) Changes in the Military Leadership of Communist China. October 29, 1959. 6pp. (16) Communist China's Trade with Non-Bloc Countries in 1958. November 10, 1959. 19pp. (17) Recent Trends in Communist China's Foreign Trade. November !0, 1959. 5pp. (18) Economic Development in India and Communist China. December 15, 1959. 13pp. (19) Chou En-Lai's Setback in India Overshadows Remainder of His Tour in South and Southeast Asia. May 20, 1960. 8pp. (20) Peiping's Maneuvers on the Disarmament Question. May 24, 1960. 4pp. (21) Possible Trends in Chinese Communist Foreign Policy. July 28, 1960. 4pp. (22) Sino-Soviet Dispute Reaches Peak: Partial Accommodation Reached. August 3, 1960. 24pp. (23) Communist China's Political and Economic Offensive in Africa. August 29, 1960. 14pp. (24) Reported Departure of Soviet Technicians from Communist China. August 30, I960. 4pp. (25) Communist China's Economic Relations with Non-Communist Underdeveloped Countries. November 1, I960. 13pp. (26) International Recognition of the Government of the Republic of China (GRC) and the "People's Republic of China" (PRC). February 20, 1961. 15pp. (27) Communist China's Grain Buying Splurge. March 6, 1961. 10pp. (28) (29) The Possibilities of a Build-Up in Communist China's Trade  with the Free World. May 5, 1961. 28pp. (30) The Petroleum Situation in Communist China. May 24, 1961. 6pp. (31) Sino-Soviet Border Problems. May 24, 1961. 15pp. (32) Graphic Summary of the Formosa Situation. August 21, 1950. 29pp. (33) The Current Situation on Taiwan. May 4, 1951. 22pp. (34) Chinese Nationalist's Statements May Indicate New Perspective on Their International Position. July 14, 1952. 3pp. (35) Chinese Nationalists Seek to Win Overseas Chinese Support. December 31, 1952. 4pp. (36) Stresses and Strains in the Sugar-Rice Economy of Taiwan. August 10, 1953. 8pp. (37) The Power Position of Chiang Ching-Kuo in Nationalist China. September 8, 1953. 9pp. (38) World Reactions toward U.S. Policy in the Formosa Straits. February 8, 1955. 4pp. (39) Background to the British Position on Formosa, 1949-1954. February 14, 1955. 18pp. (40) World Attitudes toward U.S. Policy in the Taiwan Straits. April 18, 1955. 9pp. (41) Taiwanese Independence Movements, 1683-1956. August 8, 1956. 13pp. (42) The Prospects of the Chinese National September 4, 1956. 33pp. Government. (43) International Recognition of the Government of the Republic of China and the "People's Republic of China." November 7, 1957. 14pp. (44) Chronology of Taiwan Strait Developments, June 30-September 26, 1958. September 29, 1958. 19pp. (45) Taiwan Fends Off Inflation: The Relationship between Money Supply and Prices in the Republic of China. July 23, 1959. 13pp. (46) The International Position of the Government of the Republic of China. January 14, 1960. 36pp. (47) The Prospects for the Government of the Republic of China. May 6, I960, 38pp. (48) Soviet Imperialism along China's Borders: Outer Mongolia. August 3, 1953. 7pp. (49) The Mongolian People's Republic in 1955. March 5, 1956. 15pp. (50) Ceylon: Geographic, Social, Political, and Economic Conditions. November 17, 1950. 40pp. (51) Buddhist Institutions in Ceylon and Their Intelligence Aspect. September 4, 1952. 32pp. (52) Communism in Ceylon. November 16, 1954. 5pp. (53) Summaries of Trade Agreements and Other Trade Accords of the Soviet Bloc with Free World Countries of South Asia and the Far East: Ceylon. April 24, 1957. 31pp. (54) Ceylon's Economy: Structure and Strains. October 20, 1958. 15pp. (55) The Emergency in Ceylon: Pathology and Prognosis. October 29, 1958. 11pp. (56) Ceylon: Policies and Prospects of Mrs. Bandaranaike's Government. June 9, 1961. 18pp.
 
 
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4. –768幅. --子目: (1) The Indian Sugar Situation. September 18, 1950. 11pp. (2) The Food Problem of India. September 25, 1950. 52pp. (3) Major Development Projects in South Asia. October 27, 1950. 68pp. (4) India: Geographic, Social, Political, and Economic Conditions. October 31, 1950. 69pp. (5) Land Reform in India. November 10, 1950. 49pp. (6) The Agrarian Problem of India. March 8, 1951. 64pp. (7) The Extent of Communist Penetration in India. March 8, 1951. 70pp. (8) The Indian Cotton Problem. April 12, 1951. 23pp. (9) India's Rationing Program and Grain Requirements for Calendar 1951. April 17, 1951. 44pp. (10) India's Political and Economic Position in the East-West Conflict. May 15, 1951. 31pp. (11) Evidences of External Direction of the Indian Communist Party. August 13, 1951. 13pp. (12) Labor Organizations in India. January 3, 1952. 27pp. (13) Channels of Public Information in India. March 17, 1951. 148 pp. (14) Sterling Balances of India and Pakistan. October 9, 1951. 16pp. (15) Some Aspects of Religion in India. October 31, 1951. 5pp. (16) Major Religions of India. December 11, 1951. 21 pp. (17) Current Status of India's Food Supply. December 14, 1951. 18pp. (18) The Indian Transportation System as It Affects Increased Mineral Exports. February 6, 1952. 39pp.
 
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5. –771幅. --子目: (1) Soviet Intervention in the Kashmir Dispute. January 31, 1952. 5pp. (2) India's First General Elections and Their Results. June 19, 1952. 17pp. (3) Position of Selected Countries and Groups on Economic Warfare Measures: Attitudes and Policies of India and Pakistan toward Trading with the Soviet Bloc. July 1, 1952. 5pp. (4) Soviet and Chinese Communist EconomicMoves in India, January 1947 to July 1952. July 22, 1952. 18pp. (5) Food for India: U.S. Shipments and Communist Claims. August 1, 1952. 2pp. (6) (7) The Indian Price Situation and Its Effect on the Trade Balance. September 24, 1952. 27pp. (8) Problems of Plebiscite and Refugee Rehabilitation in Kashmir. December 23, 1952. 17pp. (9) Indian Foreign Trade, 1951-1952. February 13, 1953. 10pp. (10) The Nature of Communist Social Welfare Propaganda India. February 17, 1953. 11pp. (11) Nehru's Attitudes toward Communism, the Soviet Union, and Communist China. July 24, 1953. 27pp. (12) Communist Party of India. November 17, 1954. 6pp. (13) Trends in Communist Propaganda through December 1954. March 14, 1955. 26pp. (14) Indian Countermeasures April 7, 1955. 4pp. to U.S. Military Aid to Pakistan. (15) Nuclear Power Potential in India. May 17, 1955. 10pp. (16) Prospects for the Indian Economy over the Next Five Years. July 2, 1956. 19pp. (17) Current Strength of Indian Political Parties. January 4, 1957. 12pp. (18) Summaries of Trade Agreements and Other Trade Accords of the Soviet Bloc with Free World Countries of South Asia and the Far East: India. April 29, 1957. 49pp. (19) The Indian Economic Problem. July 12, 1957. 12pp. (20) The Effect of the Territorial Reorganization of India in 1956 on Linguistic Homogeneity and Concentration. September 17, 1957. 6pp. (21) The Indian Intelligentsia: Attitudes and Influence. September 23, 1957. 9pp. (22) Current Economic Strains in India: An Analytical and Tabular Study. February 28, 1958. 34pp. (23) Causes of Declining Vigor in India's Ruling Congress Party. June 3, 1958. 8pp. (24) India's Policy towards Private Investment. June 9, 1958. 9pp. (25) Japan and India: Political and Economic Relations. August 13, 1953. 11pp. (26) India Reacts to Chinese Communist Pressure on the Border. November 25, 1959. 6pp. (27) India's Communists Suffer Serious Setback. November 25, 1959. 5pp. (28) Kerala Communists Win and Lose. March 11, 1960. 13pp. (29) The Prospects for India over the Next Few Years. September 12, I960, 36pp. (30) India's Hardening Attitude towards Communist China. March 7, 1961. 9pp. (31) A Troubled Corner of India. April 5, 1961. 12pp. (32) The Status of Organized Labor in Pakistan. November 2, 1950. 15pp. (33) Land Reform in Pakistan. April 9, 1951. 25pp. (34) Pakistan's Cotton Situation. October 25, 1951. 25pp. (35) Channels of Public Information in Pakistan. February 20, 1952. 101pp. (36) Constitution-Making in Pakistan. April 9, 1953. 65pp. (37) Communism in Pakistan. December 16, 1954. 5pp. (38) Prospects and Problems for Pakistan's Ruling Group. March 8, 1957. 24pp. (39) Summaries of Trade Agreements and Other Trade Accords of the Soviet Bloc with Free World Countries of South Asia and the Far East: Pakistan. May 3, 1957. 9pp. (40) Pakistan's Current Economic Situation and Prospects. May 15, 1958. 36pp. (41) Pakistan's Military Regime Faces Great Problems. December 5, 1958. 4pp. (42) Pakistan's Budget for Fiscal Year August 17, 1959. 4pp. (43) Land Reform in Pakistan. November 18, 1959. 8pp. (44) Sikkim and Bhutan: Strategic Himalayan States. April 5, 1961. 11pp.



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