Kraus, Charles
November 2010
Chinese Historical Review;Fall2010, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p129
Academic Journal
The article presents an examination into the history of Chinese-Soviet political cooperation during the 1950s after the Chinese communist revolution. Introductory details are provided outlining the historical background of Soviet engagement with the Xinjiang frontier in the previous decades. Discussion is then offered analyzing the dynamics of the two communist states and their relations during the first half of the decade. Accounts are provided noting the ways in which cooperation was adopted and terminated due to perceptions of Soviet semi-imperialism in China.


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