Pacific Whim

Marshall, Joshua Micah
March 2002
New Republic;3/4/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 8/9, p21
Focuses on a decision by U.S. President George W. Bush to send former East Asia and China policy adviser Douglas Paal to Taiwan as an envoy. Statements made by Paal concerning Taiwan and China; Reasons for controversy surrounding Paal's appointment; Establishment of the APPC by Doug Paal with Anthony Stout, a storied Washington lobbyist-cum-entrepreneur.


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