Mao and Nixon: A Colossal Moment in History

Mao and Nixon: A Colossal Moment in History

From left to right: Premier Zhou En-Lai, translator Tang Wensheng, Chairman Mao, President Nixon, and Henry Kissinger. (Not shown: National …read more

Striving for a Peaceful Power in the Pacific

Striving for a Peaceful Power in the Pacific

Departing from Hawaii en route to China on February 20th, 1972, President Nixon quoted President Theodore Roosevelt: “Our history will …read more

Mitigating Tensions in the Pacific

Mitigating Tensions in the Pacific

If President Nixon’s July 15th, 1971 announcement of his trip to China was a surprise to the USA, it was …read more

Would the Sunnylands Summit be Happening had it not been for RN?

Would the Sunnylands Summit be Happening had it not been for RN?

RN and PN with Walter and Leonore Annenberg at La Casa Pacifica in 1969. No it would not, on two counts; …read more

41 Years Ago – The Week that Changed the World

41 Years Ago – The Week that Changed the World

In the new Richard Nixon Centennial exhibit Patriot. President. Peacemaker at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library, two bronze statues of …read more

A Philippine Memory Of The China Trip

A Philippine Memory Of The China Trip

Over at the website of the Philippine Star, columnist Carmen N. Pedrosa reminds her countrymen that China is the pre-eminent economic …read more

Working For The Elder Statesman

Working For The Elder Statesman

At the Nixon Library last week, Fox News star Monica Crowley gave an exclusive talk on working for President Nixon …read more

From the Archives – Richard Nixon and Lee Kuan Yew Discuss Contemporary Foreign Policy Issues (1985)

From the Archives – Richard Nixon and Lee Kuan Yew Discuss Contemporary Foreign Policy Issues (1985)

Ted Koppel, anchor of Nightline, interviews Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Kuan Yew and former President Richard Nixon. The two …read more