“The Romanian Communist Party stayed away from the common front of the fraternal parties…” – CC of the CPSU on Romania's Foreign Policy (July 1967) Cover Image

„PCR s-a pomenit în afara frontului comun al partidelor frățești...” – CC al PCUS despre politica internă și externă a României (iulie 1967)
“The Romanian Communist Party stayed away from the common front of the fraternal parties…” – CC of the CPSU on Romania's Foreign Policy (July 1967)

Author(s): Lucica Iorga
Subject(s): Political history, International relations/trade, Security and defense, Post-War period (1950 - 1989), History of Communism
Published by: Societatea de Studii Istorice din România
Keywords: foreign policy; Romania; USSR; West Germany; Middle East; Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons; Communist and Workers' International Movement;

Summary/Abstract: Starting with April 1964, when the Central Committee of Romanian Workers Party published a Statement that stressed the equality of all communist parties and critised the conflict within the international communist movement, the Romanian foreign policy became the number one issue in the Romanian-Soviet relations. The freedom portrayed by Romanian leadership by taking a stand in foreign policy events in the international arena disturbed Moscow because the Soviets saw it as danger tot he monolithic unity of the Warsaw Pact.

  • Issue Year: XIII/2021
  • Issue No: XIII
  • Page Range: 345-402
  • Page Count: 53
  • Language: Romanian, Russian