Evaluation of Chinese Policies toward Eastern Europe by the CC of the CPSUSubject: Activation and Differentiation of Chinese Policies toward Eastern Europe
10 Mar 1980
This document addresses China's alleged bid to undermine the unity of the Socialist countries while maintaining special relations with Romania, Yugoslavia, and North Korea. Chinese foreign policy is seen as interfering in the domestic affairs of the Socialist states. By maintaining contacts with Western countries and by encouraging further armament of NATO, China is undermining the position of the Warsaw Pact. The Soviet evaluation assesses China as an unreliable partner in international relations and advises that all contacts of the Chinese government with foreign organizations or authorities be closely monitored.
Collection: China and Eastern Europe
Origin (Agency): CC of the Soviet Communist Party
Language of Original Document: German
Number of Pages: 7
Cold War Period: 1980s