1964 China Q. i (1964)

handle is hein.journals/chnaquar5 and id is 1 raw text is: THE SINO-SOVIET RIFT
The most recent developments in Sino-Soviet relations
are analysed and documented in a special study pre-
pared for The China Quarterly by W. E. Griffith of
the Center for International Studies, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.
To be published at the beginning of 1964 by Allen
and Unwin in Great Britain and M.I.T. Press in the
United States.
THE SINO-SOVIET RIFT
PREUVES
Publie dans son numiro de F6vrier
UNE GRANDE ENQUETE
L'art informel en questions
R6ponses de
Jacques AUDIBERTI, Yves BONNEFOY, Roger CAELLOIS,
Jean CASSOU, C16ment GREENBERG, Robert KLEIN,
Robert LEBEL, St~phane LUPASCO, Andr6 MASSON,
Herbert READ, Pierre RESTANY, Harold ROSENBERG
Fritz Ren6 ALLEMANN et Alfred KERN
L'Alsace, rgion charni re de l'Europe
Armand GASPARD
Chypre: 6chec d'une coexistence?
PREUVES: 18, avenue de I'Opira-PARIS (ler)
Le N° de 96 pp. ilL-France: 3 F.30-Etranger 3 F.60
C.C.P. PARIS 178-00
Un ancien num~ro sera gracieusement envoy6, sur simple demande,
comme specimen

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