Reports on developments of significance within the Soviet Union of concern to relations with the United States and other countries 1
1. Continued from Foreign Relations, 1947, vol. iv, pp. 514–653. For related documentation on United States policy with regard to the Soviet Union, see the compilation on United States National Security Policy in volume I.
 The Counsellor of Embassy (Durbrow) to the Chief of the United States Section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union (Orekhov)
 Memorandum by Mr. G. Burke Elbrick, Assistant Chief of the Division of Eastern European Affairs, to Mr. Richard W. Flournoy, Assistant Legal Adviser for Special Problems
 Memorandum of Conversation by Mr. William A. Crawford, Member of the Division of Eastern European Affairs
 Memorandum by Mr. James C. Corliss, Assistant Chief of the Division of Financial Affairs, to Mr. Frederick Livesey, Adviser in the Office of Financial and Development Policy