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International Relations of The Communist Party of China

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Author: Tian Yongxiang;
Language: Chinese, English
Page: 115
Publication Date: 08/2012
ISBN: 9787508523392
Publisher: China Intercontinental Press
Table of Contents
Foreword 
1 The Important Position of the CPC International Relations
Party-to-party relations: an important component in CPC's cause and party building
The CPC's inter-party relations: an important part in China's general diplomacy 
CPC top leaders set great store by party-to-party relations
2 The Principles of the Party-to-party Relations of the CPC 
Exploration for the principle during the new democratic revolution 
Enriched contents of CPC's principle for party-to-party relations during the socialist construction
The four principles of the CPC for party-to-party relations, advanced in the period of reform and opening-up
The development of CPC's four principles at the turn of centuries
The function and significance of the principles for a new-type inter-party relations 
3 Parties and Organizations the CPC has Relations with 
The relations during the revolution and wars: mostly with the Communist International and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union
The relations in early years of the PRC: mostly with foreign Communist and workers' parties 
Relations after the beginning of the reform and opening-up: expanded to cover foreign political parties of different kinds 
In the early 21st century, the CPC made clear to develop relations with political parties and organizations in the world 
4 The Objective of CPC's International Relations 
Opposing invasions and wars 
Safeguarding world peace and stability 
Facilitating state-to-state relations 
Serving China's reform and opening-up and the socialist modernization 
5 Contents and Forms of the CPC's International Relations
Consolidating political dialogues 
Exchanging ideas on party building and state governance 
Facilitating economic cooperation 
Study trips to other countries 
Seminars for theoretical discussions 
6 Current Situation of CPC's International Relations 
Contacts with Asian political parties 
Contacts with political parties in West Asia and North Africa 
Contacts with African political parties 
Contacts with Latin American political parties 
Contacts with the parties in Eastern Europe and Central Asia 
Contacts with major parties in the developed countries 
Contacts with international and regional political parties and organizations on multilateral basis 
7 The Outstanding Results of CPC's International Relations 
CPC's international relations have facilitated a healthy and stable progress of state-to-state relations 
CPC's international relations have improved the Party's governing ability 
CPC's international relations have facilitated China's socialist modernization 
CPC's international relations have shown the world a good image of the Party 
CPC's international relations have facilitated world peace and stability 
8 Achievements Made and Experience Accumulated 
Concluding Remarks
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While implementing the policy, the CPC never deviated from its principle of independence and self-determination. "Siding firmly with the SovietUnion," Mao Zedong emphasized repeatedly, "didn't mean to copy blindly their experience; the policy had to be conducted on the basis of equality,independence and self-determination, both in our foreign diplomacy and construction." When attending the conference of Communist and workers'parties held in Moscow in 1957, Mao Zedong exchanged his ideas with topleaders of other parties and countries about the in dependent status and the rightof self-determination each party was entitled to. Every party should be entirely independent and no party should interfere with another party's internal affairs.With the efforts of Mao Zedong and others, this principle was written into the"Moscow Declaration." During his meeting with Ho Chi Minh, Chairman ofthe Communist Party of Vietnam, Mao Zedong said, "No state or party, big or small, should force its idea on others without discussion. Forcing one's idea on others is an unpleasant practice." 
2. All parties are equal. During the early years of the PRC, the CPC and the Soviet Union Communist Party maintained very good relations. However,due to the latter's dominant attitude, and its interference with other country'sor party's internal affairs, beginning from mid 1950s, the CPC acted firmly against its practices. After the Poland Incident by the Soviet Union's interference that happened in 1956, the incident out of the Soviet Russia's interference in Poland's internal affairs, Mao Zedong pointed out, "the Poland-Soviet Union relationship is not a father-son kind but the relations between two countries and two Communist parties. Therefore, they should be equal." In December 1956,in an article titled "More on the Historical Experience of the Dictatorship of the Proletariat," Mao Zedong reiterated the equal basis of all Communist parties should enjoy. With equality, he said, unity would be consolidated; without it.
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