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Yet the treaties were accepted by the Senate (both by a 68-32 margin, in Spring 1978), Canal security was apparently guaranteed, and a signpost for the new foreign policy erected . (c) Africa 'Regionalist' approaches to African policy were promoted by Secretary Vance and by Andrew Young, US Ambassador to the United Nations. 53 The Secretary of State was also particularly anxious that superpower confrontations in Africa were potentially destructive of arms control 24 American Foreign Policy agreement.
As well as the treaty, the Administration also abandoned Hoffman's ideas about the nature of Soviet power. (b) The China Card Much of the difficulty in concluding a SALT agreement with the Soviet leadership, especially in the Winter of 1978-9, was traceable to the developing closeness between Washington and Beijing . Chinese communist leader Deng Xiaoping made no secret of his hostility to SALT, and did his best to undermine it. Brezhnev saw President Carter as taking up Nixon's policy of using China as a lever against Moscow.
By 1979, however, there was a pervasive awareness of crisis within the Administration. Albright recollected Carter's reaction: As the real world began to fall in on him, we all, other than Zbig did, didn 't know how he would come down [sic] . I By the latter part of 1979, the Administration had essentially reverted to containment as its guiding principle. The triumph of containment was never total ; individuals in the Administration like Patricia Derian (and, up to his 1980 resignation, Cyrus Vance) continued to fight the 'global community' corner.