Preparation or Paranoia the 2008 Olympic Games

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Sarah Brodsky Berkeley Political Review Final Preparation or Paranoia: the 2008 Olympic Games The Olympic Games have always been considered a binding force in the world, bringing  even the fiercest of enemies together to share an ancient tradition. The Games are held every four  years and bring in champion competitors from all over the world together to participate in some  of the most intense sporting matches known. The XXIX Olympic Games are going to be held in  one of the four capitals of China, Beijing. While many nations talk of the 2008 Olympics as  bringing Democracy and world standing to China, Olympic officials are thinking of the Games in  a very different light. China’s main focus for the preparation for the upcoming Olympics is security. The nation  is going through extreme lengths to assure that the 2008 Games are the safest and most efficient  Games yet. The success of the Beijing Olympics is a significant factor in the growth of China’s  reputation. Being ready for any potential catastrophe will help assure the success of the Games  and a place for China in the realm of world powers.  The Beijing Organizing Committee for the XXIX Olympiad Games (BOCOG) President  Liu Qi, also member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and secretary of  Beijing Municipal CPC Committee, said that key goals for this year's preparatory work should be 
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  • Summer '07
  • Mascuch
  • Olympic Games, Beijing, 2008 Summer Olympics, Beijing Olympic Games

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