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Burmese CP in relations between China and Burma by Oliver Hensengerth

Burmese CP in relations between China and Burma by Oliver Hensengerth

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The Burmese Communist Party in the State-to-StateRelations between China and BurmaOliver Hensengerth
 
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LEEDS EAST ASIA PAPERS
 Editors
Flemming ChristiansenJoern DoschCaroline RoseSue Hamelman
 Editorial Board 
Ian CaldwellDelia DavinChristopher M. DentPenny FrancksHenrietta HarrisonLim Song HweeMichael ParnwellDavid PattinsonMark WilliamsISSN 0965-8548LEEDS 2005For papers published and correspondence address, see back pages.Copyright of each paper rests with its author(s).
 
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The Burmese Communist Party in the State-to-State Relations between China andBurma
Table of Contents
I. Introduction.............................................................................................................................3II. The BCP’s Ideological Development: From Being Rightist to Being Leftist to BeingMaoist.........................................................................................................................................41. Ideological roots and the Dohbama Asiayone....................................................................42. Early foreign contacts.........................................................................................................63. The war-time alliance: Georgi Dimitrov and the united front strategy..............................84. Violent struggle instead of united front and the Calcutta Conference.............................125. The national united front disbanded and the Communist Party split...............................156. Imposing Maoism.............................................................................................................18III. The “China Connection”....................................................................................................201. Initial contacts..................................................................................................................202. Mao’s foreign policy conception and Southeast Asian communist movements..............213. China’s Burma policy in the period of revolution, 1949-1954........................................224. The “Bandung years” (1954-1967)..................................................................................26IV. Conclusion: Communism, Burma and China’s Foreign Policy.........................................31Bibliography.............................................................................................................................35

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