Secrecy in US foreign policy: Nixon, Kissinger and the rapprochement with China
Secrecy in US Foreign Policy examines the pursuit of strict secrecy by President Nixon and his National Security Advisor Kissinger in foreign policy decision making in relation to the US rapprochement with China. Newly declassified materials help to identify key questions and highlight the dynamics of events.
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Administration National Security Ambassador Asia Asian August Beijing Briefing book China initiative China policy China Trip Chinese Chinese leaders Communist China December Department officials Department's diplomatic East Asian FAOHC February February 21 Files Foreign Policy FPF/Lord H.R. Haldeman Haig HAKOF Haldeman Holdridge Ibid Indochina Intelligence January Japan July Kissinger to Nixon Kissinger's Marshall Green Memcon memoirs memorandum military National Security Council negotiations Nixon Administration National Nixon and Kissinger Nixon's handwritten notations North Vietnam NPMS NSC staff member NSCF NSCIF NSCP-OHR NSSM October October 15 opening to China Oral History Interview Pakistan People's Republic Peter Rodman POL Chicom-US political President Nixon presidential rapprochement with China Republic of China Review Group Richard Rodman Rogers Romania secrecy Secretary Sino-Soviet border Sino-US Solomon Soviet Union Taiwan issue threat Trip to China United US-China Vietnam Warsaw Warsaw ambassadorial talks Warsaw talks White House Winston Lord Yahya York Zhou Enlai