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Chronology of recent events in U.S.-Taiwan and U.S.-China Relations
January 30, 1995 Chinese President Jiang Zemin presents his ill-fated "eight-point plan" on Taiwan. Old wine in a leaky bottle.
April 8, 1995 Taiwanese President Lee Teng-hui offers a "six-point" response to Jiang.
Early May 1995 Both houses of the U.S. Congress pass resolutions (by votes of 97 to 1 in the Senate and 396 to 0 in the House) urging Clinton to permit Lee to visit the U.S.
May 15, 1995 China conducts underground nuclear tests.
May 22, 1995 The U.S. announces the decision to allow Lee Teng-hui to make a private visit to his alma mater in June.
June 7-12, 1995 Lee Teng…
- Chronology of recent events in U.S.-Taiwan and U.S.-China Relations
- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Rights of Man and the Citizen compared to The U.S. Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.
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