ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Tribal Revolt in Parvatipuram Agency

and all such rebellious acts were forbidden by Stalin, even though the first successful challenge was made by Yugoslavia in 1948. No concessions in this respect were granted to the national requirements of states within the Soviet bloc until the fifties. The establishment of the Red Chinese regime, the deathof Stalin, the rapprochement with Tito and events in 1956 all compelled the CPSU to recognise, however reluctantly, that each communist country had a right to pursue its own road to socialism "provided it does so within the framework of proletarian solidarity''. The Sino-Soviet conflict, characterised by fierce competition between the two great socialist states, has offered the smaller states their first opportunity to take advantage of this right to pursue their own brand of socialism. Polycentrism is now a permanent fixture despite Moscow's attempt at unity under Soviet hegemony

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