DIFFICULT DIALOGUE AFTER THE XX CONGRESS OF THE CPSU
A. I. MIKOYAN'S VISITS TO HANOI AND BEIJING I. N. SELIVANOV Doctor of Historical Sciences Kursk State University Soviet-Vietnamese relations Keywords:, Soviet-Chinese relations, foreign policy of the USSR after the XX Congress of the CPSU, excesses in the construction of socialism The XX Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, held in February 1956, marked a milestone in relations between the Soviet Union and the socialist countries of East Asia, significantly weakening Soviet influence in this region. Although the absolute majority of the "fraternal parties", even some formally, supported his decisions, they were alarmed by reports about the debunking of the cult of personality of J. V. Stalin and the methods he used in carrying out the course of socialist construction both in the Soviet Union and in the "countries of people's democracy" in Eastern Europe and the United States. in East Asia. The most negative reaction was observed in the People's Republic of China (PRC), the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), and the Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV), which had never had any experience of democratic development in their history and perceived the "Stalinist model" of socialism as another "reincarnation" of the traditional Eastern political system1. Fearing to lose Soviet economic and military support, their leaders were still forced to publicly approve the decisions of the XX Congress of the CPSU. For many of them, there was also a real threat of becoming victims of settling political scores and being removed from power, as was the case in 1948-1952 during the preparation of trials of imaginary and genuine supporters of Tito in a number of Eastern European countries. An unsuccessful attempt to remove Kim Il Sung from power under the pretext of criticizing his personality cult took place in the summer of 1956 in the DPRK during the plenum of the ruling Workers ' Party. On the eve of this plenum, Kim Il Sung traveled to almost all the social ... Read more
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