The Sino-Soviet dispute. Documented and analyzed by G.F. Hudson, Richard Lowenthal and Roderick MacFarquhar.


New York, Praeger [1961] .

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Subjects China (República Popular, 1949 ****) -- Relaciones exteriores -- Rusia.
China -- Foreign relations -- Soviet Union.
China.
Diplomatic relations.
Política mundial -- 1955****
Soviet Union -- Foreign relations -- China.
Soviet Union.
World politics -- 1955-
World politics.
Series Praeger publications in Russian history and world communism ; no. 95.
Description 227 pages 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1961]
Notes Books that matter.
Contents Points of departure -- The rival views propounded -- The conflict raised to the ideological plane -- Battle joined -- The Bucharest Conference -- Renewed Soviet attacks -- The Moscow Conference -- The 1960 Moscow statement -- Soviet and Chinese interpretations of the statement -- "Inside" reports of the dispute.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
China
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1431940
(OCoLC)ocm01431940
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WorldCat Identities Hudson, Geoffrey Francis, 1903-
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