2 edition of For victory in peaceful competition with capitalism found in the catalog.
A collection of speeches and statements made in the course of 1958 on various questions relating to the international situation and foreign policy of the Soviet Union.
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He genuinely believes in peaceful coexistence. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, Jan. Military conflict can, of course, take on its own logic beyond the immediate parameters of economic competition, but the economic base always reasserts itself. In fact, said Kautsky, the capitalists of different nations could agree peacefully to divide up the world and exploit it.
The consequences of this endless race are dire. Editorial article in Izvestia, Dec. the existence of the Soviet Republic side by side with imperialist states for a long time is unthinkable. This is something that does surprise me — I figured with the very thin atmosphere, they could never get anything off the ground. Khrushchov, Radio and Television Speech, June 15, 1981. This is a brazen betrayal of Marxism-Leninism! So while the notion of nuclear world war is in many ways completely irrational — missile madness — it also flows completely logically out of the level of development of capitalism in the 20th century.
The Chinese people wish to have friendly co-operation with the people of all countries and to resume and expand international trade in order to develop production and promote economic prosperity. Thirdly, in carrying out the policy of peaceful coexistence, Lenin adopted different principles with regard to the different types of countries in the capitalist world. Law enforcement also recoverd [sic] a fully constructed U. we need a much better weapon than the H-bomb. Yet on the same tiny island, divided only by a political border, is the Dominican Republic, which is safe and prosperous.
imperialism treat the leaders of the CPSU?
Telegram of greetings from N. The American H-bombs dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima were as much about asserting US dominance as smashing the Japanese regime. For the most part, wars since 1945 have not played out in capitalism's heartlands; it has been millions of people in poorer parts of the globe that have suffered the most.
So while the notion of nuclear world war is in many ways completely irrational — missile madness — it also flows completely logically out of the level of development of capitalism in the 20th century.
The third question is: Can the policy of peaceful coexistence of the socialist countries be the general line for all Communist Parties and for the international communist movement? He has also said: The Leninist principle of peaceful coexistence of states with differing socio-economic and political systems does not mean just an absence of war, a temporary state of unstable ceasefire.
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