K. Khudoley. The International Communist Movement in search of a new strategy in 1953–1956 // Petersburg historical journal, no. 4, 2022, pp. 121–136
The article deals with the first attempts of the CPSU’s leadership to modify the strategy of the international communist movement after the death of Stalin. Mindful that the old policy had reached a dead end, Moscow, nevertheless, tried to get away by only minor measures. This led to frustration both on the part of adherents of the Stalinist course and supporters of more significant changes, giving rise to ideological and political differentiation and disintegration within the international communist movement.
International Communist Movement, CPSU, Chinese Communist Party, Yugoslavia, Cominform, detente, Khrushchev.
Khudoley, Konstantin — Dr. of Science (History), Full Professor and Head of the Department of European Studies, School of International Relations, St. Petersburg State University.