|Document Title||1. The Likelihood of War with the Soviet Union and the Date at Which the Soviet Leaders Might Be Prepared to Risk It; 2. Review of Situation in Asia; 3. Implications of the Soviet Union Regaining Control of Yugoslavia; 4. Value of Certain Extractors to the Russians; 5. Soviet Intentions in Berlin; 6. Intelligence Guidance for North Atlantic Regional Planning|
|Document Date||24 February 1950|
|Themes||Military Intelligence and Operations, Foreign Policy and International Relations, Intelligence Organisation and Administration|
|Regions||Atlantic, East Asia, Europe, Middle East, North America|
|Countries||China, Germany, Indochina, Russia, Soviet Union, United Kingdom, United States of America, Yugoslavia|
|Document Type||Meeting Minutes|
|Organisations||Chiefs of Staff, Foreign Office, Joint Intelligence Bureau, Joint Intelligence Committee (Far East), Joint Intelligence Committee (Germany), Joint Intelligence Staff, Joint Planning Staff, Ministry of Defence, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, Security Service, Joint Intelligence Sub-Committee|
|People||John Gardiner, Guy Liddell, Stewart Menzies, Neill Ogilvie-Forbes, Patrick Reilly, Arthur Shortt, Percy Sillitoe, Kenneth Strong|
contingency planning, predicting enemy intentions, assessing enemy strength, threat of war with the USSR, military intelligence, war preparations, mobilisation, Soviet government, intelligence reports, intelligence requirements, geographic intelligence, colonies, empire, First Indochina War, Soviet-Yugoslav relations, Yugoslav foreign policy, Soviet foreign policy, Soviet satellite states, diplomatic disputes, technology, equipment, biological warfare, scientific research, Berlin, information sharing, intelligence channels, intelligence gathering, Anglo-American relations, treaties, allies, alliances, release of information, secrecy, security
1. Conduct of the Work of the Committee; 2. Reports on Communism; 3. The Likelihood of War with the Soviet Union and the Date by Which the Soviet Leaders Might Be Prepared to Risk It; 4. Soviet Use of Atomic Bombs; 5. Threat to Yugoslavia; 6. Implications of the Soviet Union Regaining Control of Yugoslavia; 7. Russian Preparedness for War
1. Soviet Intentions and Capabilities - Long Term Appreciation; 2. Atomic Weapons - Scale of Attack on the United Kingdom; 3. Press Leakage on Combined Agreement on Exchange of Information; 4. Defections from Staffs of His Majesty's Embassies and British Council Offices in the Soviet Union and Satellite Countries; 5. Joint Services Staff College - Information for Directing Staff; 6. Directorate of Scientific Intelligence; 7. Threat to Yugoslavia; 8. Easter Arrangements - 1950; 9. Sir George Seel
1. Yugoslav Service Attache in London; 2. Meeting with the Joint Intelligence Staff; 3. Strategic Implications of a Break with the Chinese Government; 4. Soviet Intentions and Capabilities - Long Term Appreciation; 5. Work in Hand by the Joint Intelligence Staff; 6. Intelligence Division, C.C.G. - Report by Sir Philip Vickery; 7. Russian Knowledge of Western Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation Plans; 8. Threat to Yugoslavia; 9. Views of a German Ex-Staff Officer on Russia and Probable Russian Strategy
1. Invasion of Southern Korea; 2. Chinese Communist Threat in the Far East and South-East Asia; 3. Soviet Intentions in Austria; 4. Intelligence Guidance for the United States Representatives on the Regional Planning Groups of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisations; 5. Soviet and Satellite Defectors and Refugees; 6. Defence Research and Development Policy - Intelligence on Russian Development; 7. Turkish Intentions and Capabilities in the Event of War; 8. Threat to Yugoslavia
1. Operation "matchbox"; 2. Intelligence Organisation, Pakistan; 3. Possibility of Russian Armed Action Against Yugoslavia; 4. Release of United States Information to Third Countries; 5. Tibet; 6. Photographic Reconnaissance of French Indo-china; 7. Soviet Strategic Intentions and Capabilities; 8. Future Defence Policy.
1. Possible Courses of Action by the Soviet Union in Order to Regain Complete Control over Yugoslavia; 2. Long Term Intelligence on Soviet Preparedness for War; 3. Armed Forces in the Far East as at 1st October, 1948; 4. Charter for the Joint Intelligence Committee, Far East; 5.; 6. Likelihood of French Withdrawal from French Indo-China; 7. The Effect of the Communists Gaining Control of Greece; 8.
1. Exchange of Information with Yugoslavia; 2. Intelligence for S.H.A.P.E.; 3. Military Implications of the Entry of British Forces into Persian Territory; 4. Invasion of Te United Kingdom, 1951-1952; 5. Liaison Between United States and United Kingdom Intelligence Organisations; 6. Study by the E.M.M.O. Regional Planning Group of the Association of Turkey and Greece with N.A.T.O. Military Planning; 7. Review of the Situation Round the Soviet and Satellite Perimeter; 8. Information on Formosa; 9. Acquisition of Merchant Shipping by Soviet and Satellite Countries; 10. J.I.C. Weekly Intelligence Review (Europe) for S.H.A.P.E.
1. Soviet Intentions and Capabilities; 2. Monthly Meeting with the Joint Intelligence Staff; 3. Formosa - Chinese Communist Intentions and Capabilities; 4. Periodical Reports on the Threat to Hong- Kong; 5. Russian Preparedness for War; 6. Possibility of Russian Armed Action Against Yugoslavia; 7. Scientific and Technical Intelligence.