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Title: Macau in Chinese foreign policy during the Cultural Revolution, 1966-1968
Author: Fernandes, Moisés Silva
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture
Citation: Portuguese literary and cultural studies, 17/18 (2010): 209-24
Abstract: Despite the abrupt collapse of Portuguese power in Macau and the political turmoil that engulfed China during the Cultural Revolution, the Chinese leadership did its utmost from 1966 to 1968 to keep Macau under Portuguese administration. China intervened politically and militarily to prevent the fall of the Portuguese administration to settle the crisis on 29 January 1967. However, the ongoing political crisis back in mainland China contributed to further political instability throughout 1967. Beijing became so apprehemsive with the precarious situation in the tiny enclave that it had to intervene once again in 1968 to restore the satatus quo ante.
Peer review: yes
ISSN: 1521-804X
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