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Entries for the ‘Bush’ Category

Nelson Report: Andrew Card to Lead US Delegation

Many news sources are reporting that Andrew Card, with longstanding ties to the Bush family, will be sent to represent the US at Ma’s swearing-in. The Nelson Report, the Washington Insider Report, with the latest on that and the Administration:
TAIWAN…a final quick note…Administration sources had hinted for some time that the White House would try [...]

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Stephen Yates at the Shannon Meet up, Dec 9, 2007

Stephen Yates (left) talks with former AIT official Syd Goldsmith
Our speaker at the Shannon meet up was Stephen Yates, the former advisor to Vice President Darth Dick Cheney. Despite the impression one gets from the media that Bush Administration officials tend to suffer from a singular lack of human feeling, Yates turned out to be [...]

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Burma, Taiwan, and the US

In the recent Pentagon report about China’s military Taiwan is shown as not part of China. What does it mean? You tell me!
Therese Shaheen has an excellent commentary in the Wall Street Journal on Taiwan, the Bush Administration and Burma.
The Bush Administration prefers to believe that the problem lies with President Chen, an outspoken advocate [...]

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Nelson Report/Bush-Hu Face to Face

The Nelson Report, the Washington Insider’s Report, has some thoughts on Taiwan.
US-TAIWAN…while we await Bush/Hu at APEC, and Chen at AEI, debate continues over certain usages last week by NSC Senior Director for Asia Dennis Wilder, and a rumor that the State Department actually wrote a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, complaining about [...]

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