Tag Archive for Sino-Soviet relations

Sino-Soviet disputes

       The idea of Communism usually involved the notion that all Communist people are united under the goals of promoting the strength of the working class. However, these goals might differ and certain cultures may interpret the Communist agenda in different ways. Once strong allies, The People’s Republic of China and the Soviet […]

Don’t Stand So Close To Me

  Great friends can always become great enemies. In the past when Joseph Stalin was ruling the Soviet Union, the Peoples Republic of China was a great ally as they both wanted to increase the sphere of communist control and diminish the Western capitalist influence. However, after Stalin’s death and borders became settled, this friendship […]

Dasvidaniya China

Besides domestic political issues, Stalin’s death changed the Soviet Union’s relationship with China as Nikita Khrushchev’s ideological differences and anti-Stalinist reforms drove a wedge between the two communist neighbors. After the formation of the Chinese Communist Party in 1921, China developed a very close relationship with Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Mao Zedong and the…