THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
Jeremi Suri

A chance for Bush to salvage his foreign policy

By Jeremi Suri
July 24, 2007

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IN JULY 1971, Henry Kissinger, acting as President Nixon's special representative, secretly traveled to Beijing. Kissinger's voyage provided the basis for a dramatic opening in relations between the United States and China -- two nations estranged from one another for more than 20 years. Convulsed by internal upheavals and surrounded by regional threats, Chinese leaders viewed relations with Washington as ... (Full article: 690 words)

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