Venture in Personal Diplomacy

March 1973
America;3/3/1973, Vol. 128 Issue 8, p179
The author reflects on the trip of U.S. Presidential Adviser and Emissary Henry A. Kissinger to Peking, China. The author emphasizes that the purpose of the trip was to obtain diplomacy to the Chinese government as the best way to achieve a sort of China's capital. The author asserts that the international trade between the two countries will expand due to the said diplomatic relationship.


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