December 2, 1975
Memorandum of Conversation between Mao Zedong and Gerald R. Ford
This document was made possible with support from MacArthur Foundation
President Ford and Secretary Kissinger met with Chairman Mao and spoke about Chinese-U.S. relations, Japanese-U.S. relations, Chinese foreign relations with Japan and Western countries, NATO, the Sinai Agreement, and Soviet attempts to expand influence in Africa.
- North Atlantic Treaty Organization
- China--Foreign relations--Japan
- China--Foreign relations--United States
- Africa--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
- Japan--Foreign relations--United States
- China--Foreign relations--Europe, Western
- Angola--Foreign relations--Soviet Union
- Angola--Foreign relations--United States
- Angola--Foreign relations--China
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