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July 2, 1962

Foreign Office, Northern Department, 'China-Soviet Union-Korea-Vietnam' [Excerpt]

This exceprt from an exploratory minute attempts to pinpoint North Korea’s shifting position between Moscow and Beijing by examining the speeches that Peng Zhen and Choe Yong-geon (Ch’oe Yonggŏn) made during the former’s visit in the DPRK.

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The National Archives of the UK, FO 371/165785 (formerly 1071/119), Subject: 'The Sino-Soviet Dispute. North Korea's Role'. Reproduced from 'Cold War Eastern Europe' with the permission of Routledge, Taylor & Francis. Contributed by Balazs Szalontai.


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