Tenth Interkit Meeting, Havana, Cuba11 Dec 1978
This report, issued after the tenth Interkit meeting in Havana, addresses China's domestic and foreign policies. China is said to be obstructing the process of international détente by developing relations with NATO and West Germany. The report condemns the Chinese interference in Romanian, Yugoslavian and Korean politics. The authors believe that China is trying to divide the Socialist countries into two opposing groups. The newly intensified Chinese-US relations are criticized, as is China's policy of allowing more Western influence to shape its domestic policies and economic strategies.
Collection: China and Eastern Europe
Language of Original Document: German
Number of Pages: 9
Cold War Period: 1970s
Persons: Fidel Castro