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The U.S. was very concerned obviously when amidst the Cold War China "fell" to communists. Concerned that other Asian nations would fall led the U.S. to oppose Chinese supposedly -backed or influenced forces in Vietnam and Korea. Under Nixon, the U.S. first engaged in "ping pong" diplomacy and eventually recognized China...

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Q: What were the American policy proposals for China and it involvement in the conflict there?
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