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Whose Asian values?

On the question of human rights, so-called 'Asian values' aren't what they used to be


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By Matt Steinglass
November 20, 2005

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HANOI - As China's President Hu Jintao welcomes President Bush to Beijing this weekend, he's surely hoping to avoid another lecture on human rights like the one Bush delivered Wednesday in Kyoto, Japan. Urging China to ''continue down the road of reform and openness," Bush held out a shining example of ''a free and democratic Chinese society" - namely, Taiwan. ... (Full article: 2069 words)

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