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Moscow, Peking and Japan: views and approaches.

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An examination (1) of the views of the Soviet Union and Communist China toward Japan and (2) of some aspects of their strategy toward that country. Divergency in the approaches of Moscow and Peking toward Japan is indicated, both for what these approaches suggest about current trends within the Sino-Soviet alliance and for what they reveal about the two communist powers' short-range objectives. 30 pp.

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