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Us China Policy
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Us China Policy

Us China Policy

Us China Policy
Only Available in Archive Formats.

—NPR's Ted Clark reports on recent improvements in relations between the US and China. The State Department has praised China's efforts to curb the spread of nuclear weapons. A Chinese company was scheduled to sell a chemical to Iran that would help in the preparation of uranium. Chinese authorities have stopped delivery of the chemical. And for the first time in eight years, the U-S will not sponsor a U-N resolution critical of China's human rights record. Washington points out that China has released some prominent political prisoners.

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