A senior White House official said Sunday that President Obama wants to strike an “appropriate balance” in dealing with a Chinese dissident who fled house arrest last Sunday and reportedly is under protection inside the U.S. Embassy in Beijing.
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A top White House aide on Sunday said President Barack Obama wants to strike an "appropriate balance" between advancing human rights and maintaining U.S. relations with China, the first public comments by the administration on its p...
Chinese legal activist and dissident, Chen Guangchen is reportedly hiding inside the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. Neither the U.S. nor the Chinese government have spoken publically about Chen's situation.
U.S. and Chinese officials are ironing out a deal to secure American asylum for a blind Chinese legal activist who fled house arrest, a U.S. rights campaigner said Monday.
Zhao Yan, a Chinese journalist and dissident living in New York, said he was prevented by Chinese officials from entering a room at the White House for a news conference on Tuesday with President Obama and the likely future leader o...