The China Diary of George H. W. Bush: The Making of a Global President by Jeffrey A. Engel (Editor) - PDF free download eBook

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Available in print for the first time, this day-by-day diary of George H. W. Bushs life in China opens a fascinating window into one of the most formative periods of his career.As head of the United States Liaison Office in Beijing from 1974 to...

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9781400829613
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Princeton University Press
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English
Pages
576
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Some brief overview of this book

Available in print for the first time, this day-by-day diary of George H. W. Bushs life in China opens a fascinating window into one of the most formative periods of his career.

As head of the United States Liaison Office in Beijing from 1974 to 1975, Bush witnessed high-level policy deliberations and daily social interactions between the two Cold War superpowers. The China Diary of George H. W.

Bush offers an intimate look at this fundamental period of international history, marks a monumental contribution to our understanding of U. S.-China relations, and sheds light on the ideals of a global president in the making. In compelling words, Bush reveals a thoughtful and pragmatic realism that would guide him for decades to come.

He considers the crisis of Vietnam, the difficulties of détente, and tensions in the Middle East, while lamenting the global decline in American power. He formulates views on the importance of international alliances and personal diplomacy, as he struggles to form meaningful relationships with Chinas top leaders. With a critical eye for detail, he depicts key political figures, including Gerald Ford, Donald Rumsfeld, Deng Xiaoping, and the ever-difficult Henry Kissinger.

Throughout, Bush offers impressions of China and its people, describing his explorations of Beijing by bicycle, and his experiences with Chinese food, language lessons, and Ping-Pong. Complete with a preface by George H. W.

Bush, and an introduction and essay by Jeffrey Engel that place Bushs China experience in the broad context of his public career, The China Diary of George H. W. Bush offers an unmediated perspective on American diplomatic history, and explores a crucial periods impact on a future commander in chief.

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A. Engel teaches history and public policy at Texas A&M Universitys Bush School of Government & Public Service and is associate director of the Scowcroft Institute of International Affairs. He is the author of Cold War at 30,000 Feet. al contribution to our understanding of U.

S.-China relations, and sheds light on the ideals of a global president in the making. In compelling words, Bush reveals a thoughtful and pragmatic realism that would guide him for decades to come. He considers the crisis of Vietnam, the difficulties of détente, and tensions in the Middle East, while lamenting the global decline in American power.

He formulates views on the importance of international alliances and personal diplomacy, as he struggles to form meaningful relationships with Chinas top leaders. With a critical eye for detail, he depicts key political figures, including Gerald Ford, Donald Rumsfeld, Deng Xiaoping, and the ever-difficult Henry Kissinger. Throughout, Bush offers impressions of China and its people, describing his explorations of Beijing by bicycle, and his experiences with Chinese food, language lessons, and Ping-Pong.

Complete with a preface by George H. W. Bush, and an introduction and essay by Jeffrey Engel that place Bushs China experience in the broad context of his public career, The China Diary of George H.

W. Bush offers an unmediated perspective on American diplomatic history, and explores a crucial periods impact on a future commander in chief.

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