Dissident case poses test for U.S.-China diplomacy

On April 30, 2012, in Barack Obama, Uncategorized, by LauderbaughHarsha435

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – When Hillary Clinton made her first trip abroad as secretary of state, she baldly said the United States could not let human rights disputes get in the way of working with China on global challenges. Now that the blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng is under U.S. protection in Beijing, according to a U.S.-based rights group, the United States will find out if China has made the same calculation. Chen’s escape after 19 months of house arrest and apparent request for U.S. … Go here to see the original: Dissident case poses test for U.S.-China diplomacy

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