It is an open secret that it was Pakistan that planned and made possible Henry Kissinger’s secret visit to Peking in 1971 which enabled President Nixon to announce on July 15, 1971 that he would be visiting China in the following year i.e. 1972. The visit then took place from 21 – 28 Feb 1972 and was described by President Nixon as ‘the week that changed history’ while Henry Kissinger described Nixon’s meeting with Chairman Mao Tse Tung as ‘an encounter with history’. All of that was made possible through the efforts of Pakistan
The USSR teamed up with India to teach Pakistan a lesson because of Pakistan having facilitated the opening of diplomatic relations between USA and China through the week long all important visit of President Nixon to Peking (now Beijing) in 1972. That visit may not have taken place for a very long time to come had it not been for Pakistan’s cordial relations with the then reclusive China. It is also a known fact that the Pakistani efforts stemmed from a special request made by President Nixon and Henry Kissinger to the then Pakistani President after having invited him to the White House
By not having made a negotiated settlement of THE KASHMIR ISSUE possible, India has denied itself an opportunity to be like the emerging China
December 24, 2013
India and China are huge countries. China is now a giant and India a dwarf. India must overcome its Pakistan phobia and work on itself or perish because Soviet Union broke up due to certain economic/political factors. India is also going that way.
13 August, 2013
Could Cameron be cloning for Kerry and has come to whisper the bigger powers desires on the DOs&DON’Ts for Pakistan PM’s visit 2 China?
29th June, 2013