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CHINA AND ALLENDE-Support without Illusions

blockade of the administrative block. The authorities first wanted the students to accept a code of conduct as the precondition for reopening the university. The student general body, which had not bargained for the situation, had to endorse the SFI leadership's move for an unconditional end to the blockade, but it condemned the arbitrary closure of the university and rejected the terms CHINA AND ALLENDE Support without Illusions (By a Special Correspondent) MANY lies have been spread about China's foreign policy and its supposed betrayal of world revolution. The military coup in Chile provided yet another opportunity for denunciation of China's foreign policy. The revisionist parties around the world are continuing this chorus. In an article in Pravda, V Teitelboun, member of the Political Commission of the Central Committee of the Comnumist Party of Chile has written: "The whole world and the Chilean people are observing with surprise and wrath the unprincipled conduct of the Chinese leadership which has nothing in common with the notion of proletarian internationalism." It has been a well established principle that the foreign policy of a socialist state in relation to governments antagonistic to socialism should be on the basis of peaceful co-existence. Since its founding the People's Republic of China has conducted its foreign policy on the basis of this principle. The Five Principles of Peaceful Co-existence, enunciated at Bandung, do not vary according to whether China approves of a foreign government or nut.

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