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effort to bring china in from the cold, worked out by henry kissinger. the shanghai communique, we'd sell arms to taiwan, we signalled to china they could never militarily attack taiwan, but in return we would not deal with taiwan as if it were a country. if you're going to change that, okay, there's an argument for changing that four decades old policy. but you would hope that there was a plan, there was some thought, there was consultation with the pentagon, with the state department, with the cia. you wouldn't want to wing this. >> so don't we sort of unofficially sort of recognize them? or no? >> no. we do not recognize them as a country. we have relations but not country to country, ambassador to ambassador level. as i say, it's all part of this very complicated package of things. you know, this is nation number one for china. china has always regarded its foreign relations, first most important thing, you have to recognize there is only one china. >> that's why they called the white house. >> yeah, and with other countries, they have done much more. they have taken this to the u.n.
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, with poland away. he could travel almost anywhere within the shanghai zone which doesn't have security postings. but it's not clear whether this was a lone attacker or someone part of a network who perhaps may have some logistical support structure to help him go to ground. we still have the paris attacks who ducked out there, that he was able to go to ground for months and months and months because he had a logistical support structure in brussels that was able to hide him. if this individual doesn't have that kind of structure around him and he is identified, then he may be arrested much more quickly than otherwise would be the case, don. >> paul crookshank, thank you very much. peter, stay with me. using vehicles to spread terrorism. we'll see how u.s. law officials are trying to stop the sort of attack that happened in berlin from happening in america's cities. this holiday, the real gift isn't what's inside the box... it's what's inside the person who opens it. give your loved ones ancestrydna, the simple dna test that can tell them where they came from -by revealing their ethnic
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