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February 18, 1967 would then be left to fend for itself as best as it can. The greater the chaos in China, the easier a prey Hanoi should prove to be for diplomatic pressures from Moscow and military pressures from Washington. The Rusk statements, while they sound contradictory, could well be the stick-and-carrot treatment that is reserved for countries in a grave predicament. It could also be that both Washington and Hanoi are tired but not yet ready for the final phase of manoeuvring that would bring them both to the conference table. But this could not be too far away. Once again domestic pressures are building up in the United States for bringing the ig- nominous and undeclared war to an end. How long can President Johnson resist them?

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