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Book reviewed in this article: THE STRUGGLE FOR ASIA 1828–1914 A Study in British and Russian Imperialism. By David Gillard (London: Methuen & Co. Ltd., 1977) THE INCH OF TIME Memoirs of Politics and Diplomacy. By Howard Beale (Melbourne: Melbourne University) MUCKING ABOUT: An Autobiography. By...
…we are prepared to normalize relations with China on the basis of principles of peaceful coexistence. Furthermore it is possible to declare with confidence: if in Peking they will return to politics genuinely based on Marxism‐Leninism, if they abandon the hostile course vis‐ä‐vis the socialist...
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