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Communist differences over political settlement in Indochina
Date of Creation:
March 5, 1965
Date of Declassification:
November 24, 1980
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Pagination, Illustration:
7 p.
Since the return of Kosygin to Moscow on 15 February, it has become increasingly evident that Moscow, Hanoi and Peiping are pursuing divergent propaganda lines beneath the facade of unity. The USSR is devoting increasing attention to negotiations. They want the Geneva Conference to be reconvened. China is rejecting negotiations out of hand. To date, Hanoi has not publicized press speculation about negotiations, but at the same time has not echoed Chinese rejections of a conference or a cease-fire.
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