Analysis of Romanian-Chinese Relations by the East German Embassy in Bucharest18 Dec 1972
This analysis examines the intensification of Romanian-Chinese relations after 1971. The document explains why relations between Romania and China can pose problems. It discusses similarities between China's and Romania's domestic and foreign policies and relates these similarities to the nationalist course of the Romanian Communist Party. Romania supposedly sees a role for China within the UN as a counterbalance to the Soviet Union. The author disagrees with the Romanian position regarding German reunification and a European conference on security and cooperation.
Collection: China and Eastern Europe
Origin (Agency): East German Embassy in Bucharest
Sender: Dr. Maretzki
Language of Original Document: German
Number of Pages: 9
Cold War Period: 1970s