Same Bed - Same Bed, Different Dreams Turning Point 1:...

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Same Bed, Different Dreams Turning Point 1: Tiananmen The president generally feels the same way about the Tiananmen incident as much as the people but , he also believes deeply in preserving the relationship between the two countries The president later seemed to be weakening the sanction that he imposed. He appeared to be conferring honor and on those who actions Americans found repugnant The Chinese felt that the whole situation was inevitable due to US involvement as much of the fuel that had propelled the 1989 antigovernment demonstrations. Chinese officials told US that if they wanted any steps taken in a new direction between the two that the US had to extend a hand so that the Chinese did not look like they were begging. The Bush administration occupied itself with peacefully managing the process of the collapse of communism in eastern Europe and the Soviet Union. (30) The history of the collapse of communist powers, signified vastly different things in Washington and Beijing o Washington thought the collapse of communism was seen as a vindication
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2009 for the course GOVT 2827 taught by Professor Carlson, a during the Spring '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Same Bed - Same Bed, Different Dreams Turning Point 1:...

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