China's Foreign Relations

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China's Foreign Relations

Edited by Chün-tu Hsüeh
Praeger, 1982
148 pp.

This is an able collection of articles on recent developments in Chinese foreign policy. The editor characterizes China's present posture as follows: the Soviet Union is still the most dangerous threat to China; China is turning toward the West but it intends to maintain an independent policy; China is downplaying ideology and world revolution and emphasizing security and national interest; China is increasingly and constructively participating in the international system.

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