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" The second set of sanctions announced only two weeks later was imposed in response to the continued "wave of violence and reprisals by the Chinese authorities against those who have called for democracy. "
Essays on Strategy 12 - Page 18
edited by - 1996 - 415 pages
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Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents

1989 - 864 pages
...suspension of military exchanges previously announced. This action is being taken in response to the wave of violence and reprisals by the Chinese authorities against those who have called for democracy. The United States has supported the legitimate democratic aspirations for freedom of peoples throughout...
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Independent Management and Financial Review: Yucca Mountain Project, Nevada

DIANE Publishing Company - 438 pages
...Tiananmen incident, however, whether the sanctions were intended to address merely our narrower objective, or also our broader goal of supporting democracy....Chinese authorities against those who have called for democracy."60 The objectives of these added sanctions were identified in a formal petition to Chinese...
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Human Rights and Political Developments in China: Hearings Before ..., Volume 4

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Organizations - 1990 - 327 pages
...of weapons and the suspension of high level military exchanges. On June 20, 1989, in response to the wave of violence and reprisals by the Chinese authorities against those who have called for democracy," all participation in high level exchanges between government officials was suspended, including a visit...
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