Hutchison: "Where Would China Be Without Nixon?" | "GE" | Global Economy - Küresel Ekonomi | Scoop.it

Almost every inhabitant of China today owes a debt of gratitude to Richard M. Nixon, because opening the U.S. market was critical to developing Chinese industry and agriculture. Martin Hutchinson explains that it took Nixon, a relatively hawkish Republican, to take this step. Otherwise, the United States would have maintained its isolate-China policy for a long time.