Archive for the ‘“A Year Without ‘Made in China'”’ Category

Bush’s ‘Axis of Evil,’ Six Years Later

December 21, 2007

By Charles Krauthammer
The Washington Post
December 21, 2007; Page A35

Just four months after Sept. 11, George Bush identified Iran, Iraq and North Korea as the “axis of evil” and declared that defanging these rogue regimes was America’s most urgent national security task. Bush will be judged on whether he succeeded.

Iran’s Maḥmūd Aḥmadīnezhād
محمود احمدی‌نژاد
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Six years later and with time running out on this administration, the Bush legacy is clear: one for three. Contrary to current public opinion, Bush will have succeeded on Iraq, failed on Iran and fought North Korea to a draw.

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http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/12/20/AR2007122001863.html?hpid=opinionsbox1

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Despite outcry, many Americans can’t live without China goods

July 22, 2007

by Rob Lever

WASHINGTON (AFP) – Even as protests grow about US imports from China, many Americans may find it hard to manage without the range of products that dominate or in some cases monopolize the marketplace.

Safety concerns over Chinese-made goods prompted further comments in Congress over the past week and led President George W. Bush to establish a new panel to review the safety of imported goods.

Yet economists and consumers say that Chinese-made products have become so ubiquitous ….

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http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/
20070722/ts_afp/uschinatradeeconomy_
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Chinese dissident was tortured

Frightening Scenes: Beijing’s Brutal Dirty Laundry

China Planning a Surreal Facade for Summer Olympic Games: Beijing 2008
(Details China’s product safety and other scandals this year)