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

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Shift in Preferences

Chinese Communist Party, General Secretary Hu Yaobang had noted that the two "superpowers that practise hegemonism . .. are the main source of instability and turmoil in the world'. According to that formulation, the "most important task for people of the world today is to oppose hegc- monism and safeguard world peace". Such being China's view of the world, there is no attempt to differentiate countries along "reactionary-progressive" lines or see them as being pro or anti one or the other superpower. China's foreign policy aims are to improve tics with all the countries.

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