Foreign Policy of China
Salient Features and Challenges
Aftab H. Wahla
Mao Zedong ruled China from 1949 to 1976 and remained the chief architect of his country’s foreign policy during that period. Given his revolutionary nature, US’ military and economic assistance to Kuomintang (nationalist government) during the civil war, socialist underpinning of his political thoughts and decolonization process, he was convinced that the US was a neo-imperialist and neo-colonialist power. Consequently, he pursued ideologically-driven foreign policy so as to preempt imperialistic powers gaining foothold in newly-independent countries.
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