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US-China Relations / Standoff / Cohen Interview #439188

CNN Evening News for Friday, Apr 06, 2001
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(Capitol Hill: Kate Snow) Report introduced.

(No location given: Wolf Blitzer) Interview held with former Secretary of Defense William Cohen about what goes on behind the scenes as in the standoff with China. [COHEN - outlines the kind of diplomacy that is going on; cites the need for dialogue with the Chinese government; says if the situation were reversed the United States would abide by international law and let a spy plane and crew leave; suggests the quicker the matter can be resolved the better for both countries.] Cohen's July 13, 2000 statement about diplomacy with China quoted.

Blitzer, Wolf;
Snow, Kate

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