Hillary Clinton arrives in China to stinging personal attacks in state media

Hillary Clinton arrives in China to stinging personal attacks in state media

Beijing : China | Sep 05, 2012 at 8:15 AM PDT
Source: The Guardian
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Chinese state councilor Dai Bingguo shakes hands with US secretary of state, Hillary Clinton. Personal and stinging attacks in the state media heralded the US secretary of state's arrival in Beijing. "Many people in China dislike Hillary Clinton ," said an editorial in the state-run Global... FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
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