Accession Number : ADA333536

Title :   Outlook for Trends in Communist China During 1961; Criticism of Kim Il-Sung's "Labor Party."

Corporate Author : JOINT PUBLICATIONS RESEARCH SERVICE ARLINGTON VA

Personal Author(s) : Goro, Tange ; Chae-Dok, Han

PDF Url : ADA333536

Report Date : 14 JUL 1961

Pagination or Media Count : 18

Abstract : What with delicate Sino-Soviet relations, highlighted last year by the Moscow conference and the slump in agricultural production caused by the drought, Communist China last year was beset with all manner of difficulties, both at home and abroad. Having been the scene of chaos last year, what are the moves of Communist China this year? Let us then look at this year's Communist China in terms of the party, the government, the economy and foreign policy. Communist China was beset with all manner of difficulties last year at home and abroad. Drought at home, In foreign affairs, It brought the Sino-Soviet split into the open. In foreign affairs the situation is much more promising than that of Internal affairs.

Descriptors :   *FOREIGN POLICY, *AGRICULTURE, *INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, *DROUGHT, USSR, SYMPOSIA, POLITICAL SCIENCE, PRODUCTION, INTERNAL, TRANSLATIONS, POLITICAL PARTIES, CHINA, JAPANESE LANGUAGE.

Subject Categories : Meteorology
      Government and Political Science

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE