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May 15, 1959

Mao Zedong, 'On Sino-Indian Relations'

In commenting on a speech for China's ambassador to India, Mao emphasizes that, overall, India is a friendly country. China's primary enemy is not India but the imperialist United States. (The name of Ambassador Pan Zili is redacted throughout.)


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Gang er si Wuhan daxue zongbu et al, eds., Mao Zedong sixiang wansui (Long Live Mao Zedong Thought), vol. 4 (1958-1960) (Wuhan, internal circulation, May 1968): 348-349.


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