Why Was Nixon's Visit to China Important?


The reason the Nixon's visit to China in 1972 was important is because they met with Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai to come to an understanding about Taiwan and other diplomatic issues.
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to open trading with china again. He was the first president to visit Communist China. it marked the reopening of U.S. relations with China. no president had visited there since the
It was a break though in shuttle diplomacy. allot of behind the scenes diplomacy spearhead by Dr Kissinger paved the way for Nixon to open a new front in the cold war the Chinese
A major factor in Nixon's 1972 trip to China involved
He was fixing a very old anomaly, the USA spending nearly 20 years denying that the pro-US Kuomintang had been defeated. It helped he was at that time the Hard Right of US politics
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Richard Nixon's visit to China was important to have a better relationship between the United States and China. This visit helped to bring more understanding in each government, cultures and diplomatic issues. The first visit between Richard Nixon and Mao Zedong was in February 1972.
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