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Seasoned Washington journalist Felix Morley (1894 1982) discussed the complicated issues involved in the diplomatic recognition of Communist China:

"All the obvious arguments are against recognition. The Red regime in China has flouted and insulted us in a dozen different ways."

"But in recent years we have mixed up diplomatic recognition and moral approval. The absurd result is that we recognize Russia and not Spain, and are at present opposed to recognizing China even though we fear that may be cutting off our nose to spite Stalin's face."

     


Washington Weighs in on China (Pathfinder Magazine, 1949)

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