Fifty years have passed since U.S. President Richard Nixon’s February 1972 visit to China.
Nixon’s visit achieved the normalization of U.S.-China relations, drove a wedge into the Sino-Soviet relationship and established a foothold for extricating the U.S. from the quagmire of the Vietnam War.
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