Behind a White House knifing

Stokes, Bruce
May 1999
National Journal;5/01/99, Vol. 31 Issue 18, p1194
Focuses on United States Trade Representative Charlene Barshefsky's role in the efforts to secure China's entry to the World Trade Organization. Illustration of the negotiating prowess of Barshefsky; Background on Barshefsky's career in the government; Outline of the deal assembled by Barshefsky between China and the US; Barshefsky's relationship with President Bill Clinton; Expectations on the outcome of the China-US deal.


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