The Communist Party of Argentina and the Chinese Revolution (1949-1963)

Studia Historica: Historia Contemporánea. 2017;34(0):465-490


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Journal Title: Studia Historica: Historia Contemporánea

ISSN: 0213-2087 (Print)

Publisher: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca

Society/Institution: Universidad de Salamanca

LCC Subject Category: History (General) and history of Europe: History (General): Modern history, 1453-

Country of publisher: Spain

Language of fulltext: English, Italian, Spanish; Castilian, French, Portuguese

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Mercedes SABORIDO (Universidad de Buenos Aires)


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Abstract | Full Text

<p>The aim of this paper is analyze the institutional view of the Communist Party of Argentina on Chinese events, since the triumph of the revolution until the Sino-Soviet split (1963). The proposal of this work is a first approach to the subject, in order to explore the impact that these events may have had in Argentina, taking to account the parallels made since previous decades between China and Latin America; and the interpretative autonomy or independence degree had the pca about the Soviet view of international developments.</p>