How did the first President Bush handle US-China foreign policy following the Tiananmen Square incident in Beijing?
A. Bush took a hard stance against China’s human rights violations and instituted the New World Order doctrine.
B. Bush tried to play down the incident with Congress and the public in order to maintain an alliance with China on foreign trade and investment.
C. Bush sent negotiators to China to maintain communication and a relationship with China while publicly imposing sanctions.
D. Bush, a strong supporter of the rule of law, took a hard line stance against the protestors and backed China’s handling of those who broke the laws.
E. Bush, in order to maintain an alliance with the fragile Russian nation, used the waning Soviet government as a buffer to avoid censuring China.