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In China in 1971 he had been completely cut off from communications to the outside world and worked, effectively, under a severe time pressure, 38 PARAMETERS which was surely to his Chinese hosts’ advantage. In Moscow the following year, with North Vietnamese troops continuing their offensive, Kissinger was caught between a president who wanted him to achieve, yet again, something substantial on Vietnam and his own desire to ensure that a summit in Moscow would take place. S. proposals to Hanoi.
After all, in a domestic context, where the use of American military power was an extremely risky proposal, diplomacy gained new currency as a policy making tool. In this regard, Kissinger at the time and for a long time afterward insisted that the real goal of détente was to manage the USSR. As he wrote to Nixon early during the presidency, “Moscow wants to engage us … [W]e should seek to utilize this Soviet interest, stemming as I think it does from anxiety, to induce them to come to grips with the real sources of tension, notably in the Middle East, but also in Vietnam.
Bonn, London, and Paris may disagree on a score of issues, but they are in happy unanimity in their respect for him; even Moscow is not displeased,” the article commented. ”1 Although some of his critics have since hinted that Kissinger’s memoirs are best read as novels rather than true historical accounts, Time had clearly ﬁgured out where the true decisions about foreign policy would be made in years to come. With Kissinger at the helm, there would be “new approaches to friend and foe,” Time announced.