After Words with Henry Kissinger
Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger writes on whether it’s possible for the Unitd States and China, the world’s two largest economies, to form a “genuine partnership and a world order based on cooperation.” The secretary of state for the administration that first recognized communist China, he outlined how this cooperation could be formed and maintained in a discussion with former Nixon aide Monica Crowley. close
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