China's insurgency letup: Was shift just a ploy?

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew returned from China reporting that Peking was lessening support for revolutionary movements abroad. But Monitor correspondent Frederic Moritz says this optimistic reading has had a gentle slap in the face.

The former leader of the Malayan Communist Party, Musa bin Ahmad, said that China's renunciation of communist parties to aid China's struggle against the Soviet Union and to improve relations with noncommunist Southeast Asian natio ns.

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