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BYU Studies Quarterly

BYU Studies Quarterly

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BYU Studies

Abstract

Using a numbered list, this article outlines the positions of both the Soviet Union and China on questions of international policy in 1966. While the Soviet Union favored avoiding world war and promoting disarmament, China believed war was inevitable in the quest to eradicate imperialism. The Soviet Union believed peaceful coexistence with the West would eventually demonstrate the superiority of Communism, but China showed more aggressiveness and impatience in promoting its Communist agenda worldwide.

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