I. Nixon's Foreign Policy. A. Easing the Cold WarInaugural Address?The greatest honor?is the title of peacemaker."1. Behind the Iron CurtainVisited Romania in 19691st president to go there during the Cold War 2. D?tenteAppointed Henry Kissinger Natl. Security AdvisorLater Sec. of StatePract
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1. Chapter 32 An Age of Limits, 1968-1981
2. I. Nixon’s Foreign Policy A. Easing the Cold War Inaugural Address “The greatest honor…is the title of peacemaker.” 1. Behind the Iron Curtain Visited Romania in 1969 1st president to go there during the Cold War 2. Détente Appointed Henry Kissinger Natl. Security Advisor Later Sec. of State Practiced realpolitik Policies based on national interest, not ideologies Tried to relax international tensions Nixon wanted a balance of power