Soviet Union : Sino/Soviet border negotiations (FCO28-805).

Format
Book
Language
  • English
  • Chinese
Published/​Created
  • Abingdon, England : Taylor and Francis, 2019.
  • London : Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 1969.
Description
1 online resource : colour text file, PDF

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Subject(s)
Series
  • Cold War Eastern Europe. [More in this series]
  • FCO28: Foreign Office and Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Northern Department and East European and Soviet Department (and succeeding departments): Registered Files (N, EN and ES Series) ; FCO28-805. [More in this series]
  • FCO28 : Foreign Office and Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Northern Department and East European and Soviet Department (and succeeding departments): Registered Files (N, EN and ES Series) ; FCO28-805
Data source
  • Cold War Eastern Europe, 1947-1982
  • Cold War Eastern Europe, 1967-1975: Module 3
  • History Commons
Summary note
A file of correspondence and reports concerning relations between the Soviet Union and China. The documents cover the current Sino-Soviet negotiations in Beijing, led by Vasilii Kuznetsov and Qiao Guanhua, which followed a meeting of the two countries' premiers, Aleksei Kosygin and Zhou Enlai, and are planned to discuss the border situation, Sino-Soviet economic cooperation, and bilateral relations. Other documents in the file discuss anti-Soviet rhetoric in the Chinese press -- the timing of the talks to coincide with the SALT talks on strategic arms limitation in Helsinki -- the possible reasons for China's involvement in the talks, including fears of a strike on its nuclear installations -- and Chinese statements on the border situation, including the refutation of a Soviet statement on the dispute, highlighting the expansionist policies of the Soviet Union and its "betrayal" of Marxism-Leninism.
Notes
  • File date: 1969.
  • Date document(s) were released to the public domain: 2000.
  • File was closed until January 1, 2000, under the Public Records Act 1958.
  • Title from Cold War Eastern Europe Module III.
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