China S Search For Democracy The Students And Mass Movement Of 1989

Author: Suzanne Ogden
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New York, 1989. Article 19: The Year of the Lie: Censorship and Disinformation
in the PRC 1989. London, August 1989. Asia Watch. The Case of Wang Juntao.
New York, March 1991. ¦¦¦. Chinese Workers Receive Harsh Sentences. New
York, March 1991. ¦¦¦. Punishment Season: Human Rights in China after Martial
Law. New York, February 1990. ¦¦¦. Repression in China since June 4,1989. New
York, 1990. ¦¦¦. Repression in China since June 4,1989: Cumulative Data. New
York ...

Burying Mao

Author: Richard Baum
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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Cf. China Update 11,2 (Summer 1991): 31; andZAf 170 (December 1991): 14, in
ICM 14, 2 (February 1992): 13. 27. Hong Kong sources reported that a total of
28,600 people were detained for questioning after the disturbances. See ZM 170
(December 1991): 14; also Amnesty International, People's Republic of China:
The Continuing Repression; and Asia Watch, Repression in China since June 4,
1989. 28. RMRB, July 7, 1989. 29. See Black and Munro, Black Hands, chap. 17.

Quelling The People

Author: Timothy Brook
Publisher: Stanford University Press
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The Listener, September 21, 1989, pp. 4—7. Amnesty International. "People's
Republic of China: Preliminary Findings on Killings of Unarmed Civilians,
Arbitrary Arrests and Summary Executions since 3 June 1989." August 14, 1989.
ASA 17/60/89. . "The People's Republic of China: Trials and Punishments since
1989." April 199 I.ASA 17/34/91. Asia Watch. Punishment Season: Human Rights
in China after Martial Law. New York: Asia Watch, 1990. . Repression in China
since June 4, ...

Mandate Of Heaven

Author: Orville Schell
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Since they would not be of interest to nonscholars, I have not listed Chinese-
language sources or specific articles from academic journals by title. Amnesty
International, Political Imprisonment in the PRC (1978) and Preliminary Findings
on Killings of Unarmed Civilians — Arbitrary Arrests and Summary Executions
Since June 3, 1989 (1989)* Asia Watch, Repression in China Since June 4, 1989
(1990), Anthems of Defeat ( 1992), and Detained in China and Tibet: A Directory
of ...

Human Rights Watch World Report 1990 An Annual Review Of Developments And The Bush Administration S Policy On Human Rights Worlwide January 1991

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China Punishment Season: Human Rights in China After MartiaJ Law, March. "
Torture in China," July. "China: Ongoing Repression," August. Repression in
China Since June 4, 1989, September. Yao Yongzhan: A Year in a Chinese Jail,"
September. Indonesia Injustice, Persecution, Eviction: A Human Rights Update
on Indonesia & East Timor, March. "Indonesia: Impact of US Involvement in 1965,
" June. Prison Conditions in Indonesia August. "Indonesia: Curbs on Freedom of
Opinion ...

Political Prisoners In Tibet

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Gyaltsen, under his lay name Nangkar (Snang-dkar),90 is No.64 on List No.2;
from Chushul Ratoe; arrested April 26, 1989. ^Referred to as Patko in Merciless
Repression. ^Referred to as Dhondrup Dorje in Two Years After Tiananmen. 88
The monastery is south of Lhasa. 89 Referred to only by that name in Repression
in China Since June 4, 1989 and other publications. ^Referred to as Namkha in
Repression in China Since June 4. For further details about Gyalisen Choedrag,
see ...

Merciless Repression

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THE U.S. RESPONSE AND ASIA WATCH'S RECOMMENDATIONS The
response of the Administration to human rights abuses in the PRC on and since
June 4, 1989 has been described in our recent report on China: Punishment
Season: Human Rights in China After Martial Law. In the aftermath of China's
violent suppression of the pro-democracy movement in Beijing and elsewhere, it
has become increasingly obvious to most observers that the Bush Administration,
like the Reagan ...

The China Reader

Author: David Shambaugh
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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... dramatically strengthened their domestic controls, and unleashed a wave of
repression on civil society,Tibet and Xinjiang, and the media.The internal security
and propaganda apparatuses were beneficiaries of the crackdown (in 2013 it
was revealed at the National People's Congress that the internal security budget
actually exceeded that of the military's budget!).This repression was the worst
witnessed in China since the early 1990s in the aftermath of the June 4, 1989,
Incident.

China S Struggle For The Rule Of Law

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... for example, reported that the Chinese were less willing in 1991 than in 1990 “
to ease up on the relentless repression that they have pursued since...June 4,
1989'." China's 'White Paper' was neither identified nor analysed. Asia Watch,
despite its strong commitment to the monitoring of human rights developments,
provided no assessment of the emerging terms of national debate and its relation
to NPC legislation. The US State Department's 1991 annual reading of Chinese
human ...