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China in Burma's foreign policy

CollectionsANU Press (1965- Present)
Title: China in Burma's foreign policy
Author(s): Pettman, Ralph
Date published: 1973
Publisher: Canberra, ACT : Australian National University Press
Few of the smaller nations today, particularly in south-east Asia, have succeeded in remaining unaligned with one or other of the great powers. Burma is one th at has. This paper traces the course of Burma{u2019}s foreign policy towards China since World War II. It shows how, though at times relations have been strained as during the anti-Chinese riots, Burma has succeeded in maintaining amicable relations with China without committing herself to the Chinese camp. Though China dominates Burma{u2019}s foreign policy, she has not succeeded in making Burma merely a satellite state wholly dictated to by the Chinese regime.


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