A new world is taking shape. President Nixon's Peking and Moscow talks reflect Washington's new global strategy. Its success could prolong the world's insecure peace. Failure would surely lead to a nuclear nightmare. Suddenly it's a changed world, filled with uncertainties. The post-World-War-II era is over. The bipolar relationship between the U. S. and the Soviet Union is altered. A new, more complex scheme of things is taking shape.
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