Nixon Goes to China: The Wider Impact
By Bonnie Girard
Beyond its seismic implications for China-U.S. relations, the rapprochement reshaped politics across the Asia-Pacific – and beyond.
‘Only Nixon Could Go to China’; Only Xi Can Go to America?
By Brian Wong and Scott Singer
50 years after the famous Nixon-Mao meeting, today’s leaders can learn from their nuanced political leadership.
Nixon and China: 50 Years Later
By Francis P. Sempa
Revisiting Nixon’s famous trip to China and his own analysis of China-U.S. relations in the decades that followed.
Easing China-US Tensions: Lessons From Nixon’s 1972 Trip
By Max Plithides
Modern thinkers widely misunderstand the contemporaneous significance of Nixon’s 1972 trip to China. That significance provides a blueprint for thawing the current tensions.
The Trump-Kim Lovefest Isn’t Actually Unusual
By Pete Millwood
Trump didn't blunder in hailing Kim; this is how U.S. presidents often treat dictators. Look at Nixon and Mao.
Sino-American Lessons for the P5+1 Talks with Iran
By Cynthia Lee
What can negotiators today learn from the Sino-American rapprochement of four decades ago?