Published October 8, 2006
by Bur. Public Affairs, Office of the Hist. .
Written in English
|Contributions||Steven E. Phillips (Editor), Edward C. Keefer (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1229|
Volume XVII. Foreign Relations, China, Editor: Steven E. Phillips. General Editor: Edward C. Keefer. United States Government Printing Office Washington DEPARTMENT OF STATE PUBLICATION Office of the Historian Bureau of Public Affairs. Press Release (PDF 29KB) Summary (PDF 60KB) For sale by the U.S. NSC Files, Box , Jon Howe —Trip Files, HAK ’s China Trip, June ) See Foreign Relations, –, vol. E–13, Document Memorandum of Conversation. Although the volume concentrates heavily on the People’s Republic of China, there is considerable documentation on U.S. relations with the Republic of China during the – period. There is also documentation on a government-wide reexamination of U.S.-PRC relations that served as background to the more far-reaching decisions taken in. with China, GEOFFREY WARNER Foreign Relations of the United States Vol. XVII, China ; 2oo6, pp. Index. (Published in Washington DC by the United States Government Printing Office.)' Vol. EI3, Documents on China, Relations between the United States and China had been fraught ever since Mao.
Overview This volume supplements the recently released print volume XVII, China, –, by publishing documents, most of which are cited in the footnotes of print volume XVII, that relate to the high-level contacts between the People’s Republic of China and the United lly, the print volume presents the shorter (and sometimes more subjective) summary . Foreign Relations of the United States, , Volume XXXVII, Energy Crisis, Foreign Relations of the United States, – Vol. XVII: China, –, T HE Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) series has long served as an indispensable source for the study of US diplomatic history and foreign policy, and the latest publications to emerge from the Historian's Office at the State Department take the. Foreign Relations of the United States, –, vol. XVII, China, – 4 Tad Sculz, in The Illusion of Peace: Foreign Policy during the Nixon Administration (New York, ), , calls it a “diplomatic charade.”.
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