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Beyond Tiananmen

the politics of U.S.-China relations, 1989-2000

by Robert Suettinger

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Published by Brookings Institution Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • China
    • Subjects:
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- China,
    • China -- Foreign relations -- United States,
    • China -- History -- Tiananmen Square Incident, 1989 -- Influence,
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- 1989-1993,
    • United States -- Foreign relations -- 1993-2001

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementRobert L. Suettinger.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE183.8.C5 S865 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 556 p. ;
      Number of Pages556
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3673419M
      ISBN 100815782063
      LC Control Number2003006186

      The Bereaved Still Grieve, but the Others Sing in Happy Oblivion: Many Chinese No Longer Wish to Remember the Day When Communist Tanks Burst in to Tiananmen Square and Thousands of Democracy Campaigners Were Killed. but, Says the Award-Winning Novelist Yiyun Li, to Ignore the Events of 4 June Is to Turn Away from the Truths and Lessons of History By Li, Yiyun New Statesman . Get this from a library! Beyond Tiananmen: media and social stability in China. [Cuiping Zhang; Saint Mary's University (Halifax, N.S.). International Development Studies Program.].

        What makes this movement unique, when compared to the protests in Tiananmen, though, is that it will find its way into the history books as a revolution that forever changed the United States. Kids learning about the ’s and ’s will see police in riot gear attacking protesters, unarmed black citizens, and children. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “China in Our Time: The Epic Saga of the People's Republic from the Communist Victory to Tiananmen Square and Beyond” as /5(1).

      Stuart Franklin’s photograph of the famous ‘Tank Man’, as well as images of the Goddess of Democracy statue made in Tiananmen Square, are some of those which are often thought of today as a visual encapsulation of the events that shook China over 30 years ago: the long-running student protests, eventually ended by the People’s Liberation Army in Beijing, in June, Over the five decades since the establishment of the United Nations Charter and Universal Declaration of Human Rights, issues of human rights have become a dominant feature of our global community. An acceptance has grown of the treatment of individuals and groups within domestic societies as a legitimate focus of global attention.


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According to Robert Suettinger, the calamity in Tiananmen Square marked a critical turning point in U.S.-China affairs. In Beyond Tiananmen, Suettinger. Beyond Tiananmen is a timely, welcome, and very highly recommended contribution to International Studies in general and U.S.-China Relations during the final decade of the 20th Century in particular.

The book, the Tiananmen Papers,¹ was the work of two well-known American China scholars, Andrew J. Nathan of Columbia University and E. Perry Link of Princeton University, who translated and edited a huge collection of Chinese-language documents, which had been copied, transcribed onto computer disks, and smuggled out of China by a man who called himself “Zhang Liang.”² Prepared under.

In Beyond Tiananmen, Suettinger traces the turbulent bilateral relationship since that time, with a particular focus on the internal political factors that shaped it. Through a series of candid anecdotes and observations, Suettinger sheds light on the complex and confused decision-making process that affected relations between the U.S.

and. An update covering the years since would also be welcome as subsequent books like Jeffrey Bader's Obama and China's Rise demonstrate none of the qualities that make Beyond Tiananmen remarkable: the author's humility and obvious reflection on events, clear descriptions of the stakes, and the analysis of both sides.

3 In his book, Robert L. Suettinger argues that the Tiananmen incident caused Sino-American relations to shift overnight from “amity and strategic cooperation to hostility, distrust, and misunderstanding”. Moreover, he contends that the relationship has never really moved “beyond Tiananmen”.

According to Robert Suettinger, the calamity in Tiananmen Square marked a critical turning point in U.S.-China affairs. In Beyond Tiananmen, Suettinger traces the turbulent bilateral relationship since that time, with a particular focus on the internal political factors that shaped it.

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Get this from a library. Beyond Tiananmen: the politics of U.S.-China relations, [Robert Suettinger]. June 5 Previously unseen pictures obtained by the Guardian show how the violence centred on Tiananmen Square played out in surrounding areas, as civilians faced off with the military.

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The party’s AI-powered censorship extends well beyond Tiananmen. Earlier this year, the government arrested Chinese programmers who were trying to preserve disappeared news stories about the.

Beyond Tiananmen details the troubled relationship between the United States and China during the dozen years encompassed by the presidencies of George H.W.

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