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United Nations Malaysia Mission (UNMAM)

Series consists of UNMAM's final report to the Secretary-General (including related annexes and the Secretary-General's final conclusions) (copy), and the Manila Accord, Declaration and Joint Statements drafted by the heads of governments of Indonesia, the Philippines and the Federation of Malaya (copies) relating to the improvement of relations amongst their countries. Also included are clear cables, numbered code cables, memoranda, letters, press releases, and United Nations documents relating to the establishment of the Federation of Malaysia; UNMAM personnel, task instructions, and mission progress; and alleged military incidents between the Federation of Malaysia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Correspondents include Jose Rolz-Bennett, Secretary-General U Thant, representatives of Britain, Indonesia, the Philippines, and UNMAM. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Mission of the Personal Representative of the Secretary-General in Equatorial Guinea

Series consists of letters, memoranda, mission reports, a report on refugees in Equatorial Guinea to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (copy), agreements between Equatorial Guinea and Spain (regarding technical cooperation, commercial matters and payments (copies), clear cables, numbered code cables, United Nations documents, press clippings, press releases and Secretary-General draft Security Council reports relating to the operations of the mission of the Personal Representative to the Secretary-General to Equatorial Guinea (UNREG). Correspondents include Secretary-General U Thant, representatives of Equatorial Guinea and Spain, the Personal Reprsentative to the Secretary-General Cabellero Tamayo, and United Nations agencies (including the United Nations Development Programme and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees). Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Second United Nations International Conference on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy (UNICPUAE)

UN. Office for Special Political Affairs (1958-1972)

Series consists of correspondence, incoming and outgoing clear cables, brochures, memoranda, abstracts, lists of invitees, and statistics. Subjects include the planning and execution of the Second UN Conference on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy (UNICPUAE) held in Geneva, 1-13 September 1958 and include conference speakers and sessions, and relevant agencies. Correspondents include Conference Secretary-General Sigvard Eklund, Brian Urquhart of the Office for Special Political Affairs, and officials with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

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Cambodia/Thailand - J.F. Engers' - Subject Files

UN. Office for Special Political Affairs (1958-1972)

Series consists of incoming and outgoing clear and code cables, correspondence, administration, reports, and press clippings relating to various missions sent to Cambodia and Thailand by the Security Council and the Secretary-General to resolve border and political disputes. Subjects include the special mission by Nils Gussing to Cambodia, the Security Council's special mission to Cambodia and Thailand, radio broadcasts about the border disputes, the Indochina People's Conference of 1965, and the Mekong Valley Development Project. Correspondents include Secretary-General U Thant, Chef de Cabinet C.V. Narasimhan, Special Officer J. F. Engers, and Special Envoy Nils Gussing. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim - Political - country files - Middle East

Series is comprised of documents related to United Nations diplomacy and peacekeeping missions in the Middle East, particularly Israel, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Cyprus, Jordan, Syria, Palestine and the West Bank. Historical and subject files contain correspondence, reports, statements, cables and press clippings related to the Egypt/Israel disengagement agreements, the Israel/Syria Disengagement Agreement (1974), Camp David agreements, the Cairo Conference (1978), and the Secretary-General's and Brian Urquhart's trips to the Middle East. Files regarding the hijacking of aircraft, assassination attempts and terrorism are included, as well as files pertaining to the Wadi al Ayn incident in south Lebanon (1980) and other incidents. Series also includes subject files, clear cables and code cables of the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF), the United Nations Emergency Force (I and II), the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL), the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) and the United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO), and the United Nations Middle East Mission (UNMEM). The series also includes subject files concerning Sadruddin Aga Khan's mission in Lebanon; correspondence and statements of the Palestine Liberation Organization; ground plans, maps, photographs and documents concerning the assault on Government House in Jerusalem in 1967; and records pertaining to the mission in Jerusalem of Ernest A. Thalmann, Personal Representative of the Secretary-General.

United Nations Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP)

Series documents the efforts of the United Nations Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) to safeguard the sovereignty of the Cyprus government during a period of armed conflict between Turkish and Greek Cypriots. Included are records that document the political and military situation on the island as well as UNFICYP Intercommunal Talks (1971-1982). Records include code cables, letters, press clippings, and photographs. Correspondence via code cable between Turk, Greek, Cypriot and UN officials comprise the bulk of the series. Arranged in the following broad categories: code cables, correspondence, and subject files, which include records that document incidents and episodes.

Namibia

Series documents anti-apartheid developments in Namibia. Records relate to the mission of UNTAG (United Nations Transition Assistance Group) and UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) in Namibia. The series contains working papers, notes on meetings, press clippings and correspondence such as code cables, letters, and handwritten notes. Correspondents include Lieutenant General Prem Chand and Virenda Dayal. Arranged by subject.

Spinelli Mission

UN. Under-Secretary General without Department (1955-1957 : Bunche)
UN. Under-Secretary General for Special Political Affairs (1958-1972 : Bunche)

Series consists of letters, memoranda, code and clear cables (carbon copies), reports, aide-memoire, notes, publications, newspaper clippings and selected United Nations documents relating to political and administrative matters, including incidents, meetings of Pier Spinelli with King Hussein and Prime Minister Samir Rifai on the Secretary-General's peace initiative, the border closing between Jordan and Syria, allegations against the United Arab Repubic of interference into Jordan's domestic affairs, the resumption of diplomatic relations between the United Arab Republic and Jordan, the withdrawal of British troops, media coverage of the local political situation and the United Nations activities, the establishment of United Nations offices in Amman and Beirut, communications facilities, transport and personnel. Primary correspondents include George Lansky, Chakvarathi Narasimhan, Taylor Shore, Ivar Syberg and Robert Vaughan.

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