Sino-Indonesian relations : an overview, 1955-1965

by David P. Mozingo


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A description of China's relationship with Indonesia since the Bandung Conference of 1955. It is apparently a harmonious relationship based on mutual foreign policy interests, especially toward the U.S. presence in the Far East. The study discusses the interplay of politics among Peking, Sukarno, and the Communist Party of Indonesia and considers the effects of this rapprochement on Malaysia, as well as its effect of the Sino-Soviet dispute.

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