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Eastern European and Soviet Department: Relations between the Soviet Union, USA and China

1 January 1982

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Summary

A file containing documents concerning relations between the Soviet Union, the United States of America, and China. Subjects covered in the file include the need for European nations to study new developments in the American-Chinese relationship; the movement of Chinese policy into a neutral position between the United States and the Soviet Union; a draft five-power agreement on the prevention of accidental nuclear war; and the start of regular Chinese-Soviet consultations to resolve outstanding differences between the two countries.

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china united kingdom children france united states of america disarmament international relations nuclear weapons soviet union european integration taiwan international organisations chinese foreign policy american foreign policy european economic community (eec) soviet foreign policy Chinese-Soviet relations American-Soviet relations threat of nuclear war American-Chinese relations Julian Bullard Percy Cradock Chinese-Taiwanese relations

Collection ID
FCO28
Copyright
Content from International Herald Tribune ©United Press International (UPI)
Content from International Herald Tribune ©United Press International (UPI)
Countries
China
France
Taiwan
United Kingdom
United States of America
Department Reference
EN 21/17
Document Type
Correspondence
Legal and Treaty Material
Press and Media
Reports
File Reference
FCO 28/4731
Identifier
10.1080/cwee.fco28.004731
Note
The following items have been removed from this file due to copyright restrictions: International Herald Tribune, 23.10.1982, China and Russia End First Round of Talks with no Hint of Thaw The Times, 03.11.1982, China Aiming for Neutral Stance on Superpowers.
Pages
33
Persons Discussed
Julian Bullard
Percy Cradock
Subject Countries
Soviet Union
Themes
International Relations

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