Eighth Interkit Meeting, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia24 Jun 1975
This report, issued after the eighth Interkit meeting in Ulaanbaatar, addresses the domestic and foreign policies of China and the anti-Maoist propaganda measures to be undertaken by Socialist countries. There are no great expectations for a collapse of Maoism, even though the Chinese economy is developing slowly. China is acquiring nuclear weapons and missiles in preparation for an armed conflict. Beijing's foreign relations with Western countries are considered to be detrimental to international détente and directed against the interests of the Soviet Union and the Socialist countries.
Collection: China and Eastern Europe
Language of Original Document: German
Number of Pages: 8
Cold War Period: 1970s
Persons: Mao Zedong