David Bruce in Peking

Karnow, Stanley
May 1973
New Republic;5/26/73, Vol. 168 Issue 21, p17
Focuses on United States Ambassador David Bruce's visit to Beijing, China to open the United States liaison office. Accommodation provided by the Chinese government; Significance of Bruce's visit to China; Reasons of United States President Richard Nixon for appointing Bruce to the Beijing post; Mission of the United States to deal mainly with cultural exchanges and trade matters; Factors suggesting that the Chinese government is pursuing a policy of flexibility.


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