June 4, 2014

Tiananmen Still Colors U.S.-China Relations

Tom Malinowski, Washington Post

The Associated Press

The United States is asking of the Chinese government what we have asked — and what the Chinese families of the fallen have asked — for 25 years: to provide the fullest possible accounting of the Tiananmen events and to stop retribution against those who wish to remember them.

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