The 800,0001000: China and the World

“Now Dulles has a successor,” said Mr. Chou with a laugh that was not a laugh of amusement, “in our Northern neighbor.” Part II of Professor Terrill’s report from China reveals the thoughts of Chairman Mao’s associates on the Kissinger and Nixon trips, the Sino-Soviet-American power balance, the United Nations, and Japan. He shows how the ideologues of Peking are also masters of Realpolitik.