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Kissinger in Peking

Kissinger in Peking Dhananjoy ALTHOUGH the declared objective of Kissinger's third visit to Peking was to discuss issues of bilateral relations between China and America, it is obvious that it was intended primarily to carry conviction to the Chinese leaders that whatever Washington might do with Moscow, it would not hurt the "legitimate interests'' of China. In fact, the White House appears to be quite keen to periodically reaffirm that it now recognises China as the third Super Power which deserves as much of attention and respect as does the Soviet Union.

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