Asked in History of RussiaHistory of JapanSoviet Union (USSR)
What caused the sino-soviet split?
April 11, 2014 2:54AM
After the death of Joesph Stalin who along with Mao who led china at the time were very extreme communists, After Stalin's death the new leadership in the USSR began to question and insult Joesph Stalin for his policies, which angered Mao who viewed Stalin as a close partner and even a friend. Along with this were the differences on the idea of communism between the USSR and China, along with a few boarder dispute between the nations.