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If the American Ch ina poli cies predetermined by the Sino-American ideological confrontation were largely respon sibl e for the PRe' s relative isolation fro m the non-Communist world, the Sino-Soviet polemics which gradually resulted in the ideological isolation of the CCP in the international Commun ist movement certainly estranged the PRC from most socialist bloc countries. By the beginning of the Cultural Revolution in 1966, when extreme radicalism prevailed in the domestic politics of China and Chinese foreign policy was at its most militant, the PRC only had nom inal relations with the Sov iet Union and its cl ient states in Eastern Europe.
Both the Bucharest Conference of World Communist Parti es in 1960 and the Moscow talks betw een Deng Xiaop ing and Suslov in 1963 did not see any seri ous efforts by either the CCP or the CPSU for compromise and reconciliation . >? 58 The polemic s between the CCP and the CPSU exploded into open and di rect attack on each other. From Isolation or Alienation ? 27 September 1963 to July 1964 , the CCP published nine commentaries on its differences with the CPSU on a bro ad range of ideological controversie s.
43 Terme designant pour un Etat Ie fait de renoncer a un droit, a une competence, d' ordinaire en faveur d' un autre Etat ou d' une institution internationale. Terme employe surtout dans I'expression ' alienation territoriale' pour designer Ie fait pour un Etat de renoncer en faveur d'un autre Etat a sa souverainete sur un territoire determine. 123 More frequently , of course, one reads of 'alienation' in newspaper reports on world affairs . It would be a gross mistake to assume that familiar words are better understood .
China in International Society since 1949: Alienation and Beyond by Yongjin Zhang (auth.)