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A Chinese court has sentenced a prominent political dissident to 11 years in prison. Margaret Warner speaks with an advocate for human rights in China and a former National Security Council Asia expert for more on the meaning of the…
A Chinese court has sentenced a prominent political dissident to 11 years in prison. Margaret Warner recaps the developments.
By Maureen Hoch
Talks between President Barack Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao yielded pledges to cooperate on climate change and the economy, but little by way of human rights and upping the value of the yuan currency.
By Larisa Epatko
President Obama, speaking Monday at a town hall-style forum with Chinese university students in Shanghai, made a pitch for greater access to the Internet and social-networking sites, calling such freedom a source of strength.
GlobalPost correspondent Josh Shin gets reactions from Beijing residents about President Obama's three-day trip to China.
Special correspondent Shannon Van Sant reports on political dissidents being committed to mental hospitals in China.
President Barack Obama stressed the importance of new strategic and economic dialogue between the United States and China. Margaret Warner reports on the beginning of the talks and what they mean for international relations between the two countries.
Independent Television News correspondent John Ray reports from Beijing on the twentieth anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests, where police maintained a heavy presence to tamp down on demonstrations.
By PBS NewsHour
Three days of six-party talks in Beijing over the verification of North Korea's nuclear development program stalled Wednesday, top U.S. negotiator Christopher Hill said.
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