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NCJ Number: 30406 Find in a Library
Title: CHINA, ISRAEL AND THE ARABS
Journal: CONFLICT STUDIES  Issue:12  Dated:(MAY 1971)  Pages:WHOLE ISSUE
Author(s): W A C ADIE
Corporate Author: Institute for the Study of 12/12a Golden Square
United Kingdom
Date Published: 1971
Page Count: 18
Sponsoring Agency: Institute for the Study of 12/12a Golden Square
London, W1R 3AF, England
Type: Historical Overview
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United Kingdom
Annotation: THE CHINESE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC'S ROLE IN MIDDLE EASTERN AFFAIRS SINCE THE LATE 1940'S IS ANALYZED IN SUMMARY, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO ITS INVOLVEMENT IN THE PANARAB MOVEMENT AND THE ARAB-ISRAELI CONFLICT.
Abstract: RED CHINA'S INVOLVEMENT IS CONSIDERED IN LIGHT OF ITS OWN INTERNAL POLITICS AND REVOLUTIONARY IDEOLOGY AND AS IT RELATES TO COMPETITION FOR COMMUNIST INFLUENCE WITH THE SOVIET UNION. SPECIFIC REVOLUTIONARY ACTIVITY IS SEEN AS HAVING SHIFTED FROM OVERT ENCOURAGEMENT FOR A PAN-ARAB PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC TO MORE COVERT SUPPORT AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO ARAB GUERRILLA MOVEMENTS, PARTICULARLY THE PALESTINIAN FEDAYEEN. THE PAPER ALSO EXAMINES CHINA'S EARLY RELATIONS WITH ISRAEL AND THE INFLUENCE OF CUBAN REVOLUTIONARY IDEAS ON SINO-ARAB DEALINGS.
Index Term(s): Arab terrorist groups; China; Israel; Middle East; Political influences; Revolutionary or terrorist groups
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