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US-China Relations / Spy Plane Standoff #439131

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 03, 2001
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(Washington: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(Washington: Charles Bierbauer) The role of diplomacy in the spy plane standoff between the United States and China examined; details given of the international law issues. [Secretary of State Colin POWELL - comments on the plane's protection.] [Chinese foreign ministry ZHU Gangzao - (thru translator), Pentagon spokesman R/Admiral Craig QUIGLEY - state views on the aircraft's "sovereignty."] [Georgetown University Law Center professor James FEINERMAN - comments on the diplomatic agreement on detention in China.]

Bierbauer, Charles;
Blitzer, Wolf

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