July 28, 2014

The Death of the Great Bargain

Graeme Dobell, The National Interest

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In 1972, Nixon and Mao met in Beijing to begin the Great Asia Bargain. Nixon called it the week that changed the world. The Republican and the Revolutionary ushered in a glorious period.

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