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Photograph of President Richard Nixon and Premier Zhou Enlai on 21 February 1972; Nixon’s visit to China marked the opening of relations between China and the United States. Chairman Mao relied on Zhou to initiate and formalize much of the arrangements between the countries. NATIONAL ARCHIVES.

Considered one of the most important politicians in the Communist revolution, Zhou Enlai was the first premier of the People’s Republic of China and

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