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In the 1970's, the People's Republic of China adopted a "one line" foreign policy, which referred to a single strategic line of defense, stretching from Japan to Europe to the United States. The idea was to contain Soviet expansionism.
- "译词技巧" (in Mandarin), Guangzhou People's Government Foreign Affairs Office. URL accessed on 2007-12-15.