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Too Bad for Chen Guangcheng’s Timing – George W. Bush Did Much More for Chinese Dissidents

President Bush welcomed to the White House three human rights activists from China, including one whose Internet blog was blocked by Chinese authorities after it was nominated for two top international awards. The three – author Yu Jie, law professor … Continue reading ?
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