On August 31, 2001, Lowe was on American Airlines Flight 77 from D.C. out of Dulles International.
Dulles, who made Tibet policy as much as anyone did, had no idea where the place was.
Duncan arrived at Dulles International Airport in Washington from Liberia (via Belgium) on Sept. 20.
He claims that Dulles botched the negotiations because he was groggy from jet lag—a little understood concept then.
Dulles, Moses recalls, sat as silent as a sphinx, and the meeting ended inconclusively.
In response to Mr. Dulles' question, would you give the conversation?
Mr. Dulles—is he now released from his oath to the Commission, subject to recall and being resworn?
I might further add, sir, that I am familiar with the statements made to the press by you, Mr. Dulles.
The situation made the "Brinksmanship" of former Secretary Dulles look as safe as loafing in an easy-chair.
I believe—pardon me, Mr. Dulles, does that answer your question?