REPORT ON A CONFERENCE ON RELATIONS BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES and communist china
Current analyses series no. 3.
OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF DEFENSE (ECONOMIC SECURITY) WASHINGTON DC OFFICE OF ECONOMIC ADJUSTMENT
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The report presents findings arising from a Joint Conference on Relations Between The United States and The Chinese Peoples Republic, held in LaJolla, California, August 12-17, 1968. Part 1 presents brief expositions of US goals and Chinas future as the conferees saw them, and a discussion of the conflicts between the goals of Chinese and American foreign policy. These basic papers constrained the range of conceivable American actions examined in the course of the conference and also served to outline the general directions in which conference findings should go. Part 2 presents the principal findings of the conference, arranged under topical headings. The findings represent some degree of consensus, but not unanimity.
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