March 1971

The Sino-Soviet Dispute

Volume 55, Issue 3

FEW DEVELOPMENTS IN WORLD AFFAIRS will have a more profound effect on the future of mankind than the disputes between the Soviets and the Chinese. The main dispute between Moscow and Peking has been on the theory and practice of communism. To examine this disagreement between communist members, it is necessary to discuss the background and environment of each partner.

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