|Statement||editor, Steven E. Phillips ; general editor, Edward C. Keefer.|
|Series||Department of State publication -- 11342., Foreign relations of the United States. 1969-1972 -- v.17., Foreign relations of the United States -- v.17.|
|Contributions||Phillips, Steven E., Keefer, Edward C. 1945-, United States. Dept. of State. Office of the Historian.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||liv, 1175 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||1175|
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Foreign Relations of the United States, , Volume XVII, China, Steven E. Phillips, Edward C. Keefer Part of a sub-series that documents the most important issues in the foreign policy of the administrations of Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford. shell. Foreign Relations of the United States, –, Volume XVII, China, – Kissinger ’s covering memorandum and the report are in the Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, Kissinger Papers, Geopolitical Files, China, Trips, February , Briefing Book. See also Foreign Relations, –, vol. E–13, Document Nixon and China, by Chris Tudda A Cold War Turning Point is the first book to use the Nixon tapes and Kissinger telephone conversations to illustrate the complexity of early Sino-U.S. relations. Tudda’s thorough and illuminating research provides a multi-archival examination of this critical moment in twentieth-century.