Mann, James
December 1993
New Republic;12/27/93, Vol. 209 Issue 26, p11
Focuses on President Bill Clinton's reaffirmation of U.S. 21-year-old Nixon-Kissinger policy towards Taiwan. Reaction of China's communist government to the decision of President Clinton. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's drafting of the policy; Improvement of Taiwan's political and economic conditions; Meeting between President Clinton and Chinese President Jiang Zemin in Seattle, Washington; Effects of changes in Taiwan on the policy of the U.S.


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