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US-China Summit / Clinton-Jiang Meeting / Roth Interview #412024

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 29, 1997
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(Studio: Hilary Bowker) The US-China summit meeting between President Clinton and Jiang Zemin reviewed; scenes shown of anti-China protests in Washington, DC. [CLINTON - criticizes China about human rights.]

(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The meaning of the summit for the United States introduced. [US assistant Secretary of State Stanley ROTH - outlines the United States China policy, the reasons for sharing nuclear technology with China, what has come out of the president's meeting with Jiang, including China's role in the Korea peace talks and how Japan may be viewing the US-China summit.]

Bowker, Hilary;
Shaw, Bernard

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