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USSR -China / Nixon #447438

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 18, 1969
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(Studio) President Nixon says United States ready to talk with People's Republic of China and/or USSR on Arms Control,
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(NYC) [President NIXON - speaks, of need for Arms Control talks with USSR . Ready to talk with China when they abandon self-imposed isolation,]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(No location given ) USSR and China opposed on North Vietnam, China wants victory for North Vietnam. USSR more willing for settlement. Visit to Peking and P.Min, Chou En-lai by USSR P.Min. Aleksei Kosygin shown. Moscow television film of event shown. USSR proposes border talks and stops press diatribes against China until they respond. Soviet reporter says USSR may launch surprise attack on Chinese nuclear installations. Soviet leaders may differ on China policy.

Abel, Elie;
Brinkley, David

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