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Amnesty International: China

Amnesty International offers a number of reports and press releases on human rights abuses in China and Tibet.

The State Visit of Chinese President Jiang Zemin in October 1997 represented a thaw in official Sino-US Relations, which have been somewhat chilly since Tiananmen in 1989. Despite reaching agreements on a broad range of security, economic, environmental and law-enforcement issues, the two Presidents were clearly far apart on the issue of human rights. While President Clinton made mention of the right to political and religious expression, President Jiang expressed the need for political and social stability in his country. On the whole, both leaders have achieved their goals. President Clinton has secured China's cooperation on several issues, most importantly arms control and trade, while the state dinner and formal ceremony recognized China's role as a key player in the world economy and Jiang's international position as its head of state.

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Amnesty International Publications and News Releases on The Peoples Republic of China
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  • https://scout.wisc.edu/Reports/SocSci/.cs/1997
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November 4th, 1997
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April 3rd, 2003 at 12:31pm
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April 3rd, 2003 at 12:31pm
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