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June 13, 1990 | JIM MANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the year since the Bush Administration blocked U.S. military sales to China after the crushing of democracy protests at Tian An Men Square, Israel has emerged as the most important foreign supplier of advanced military technology to China, officials in the Bush Administration and Congress say. According to these sources, Israel increasingly is providing China with military technology that China is unable to obtain from the United States. Some U.S.
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June 5, 2001 | From Associated Press
U.S. Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Monday that he has given a limited go-ahead to resume military-to-military contacts with China now that this spring's spy plane incident is being resolved.
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September 25, 1987 | DAVID HOLLEY, Times Staff Writer
Four F-16 jets of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds precision-flying team roared past more than 5,000 spectators Thursday at Nanyuan Air Base on the outskirts of Beijing. Flying in tight formation, less than a wingspan apart, the white-and-black-bodied, red-nosed fighter planes pulled into a near-vertical climb. A fifth jet flashed by in low, level flight with its right wing pointed downward. Then the final team member zipped into sight, shot upward and turned 180 degrees to disappear again.
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March 7, 1994 | JIM MANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the midst of the Clinton Administration's conflicts with China over human rights, the Pentagon is preparing a series of important steps to upgrade America's defense ties with Beijing, including possible joint U.S.-Chinese military cooperation in Asia, according to Pentagon officials. The military cooperation, aimed at reassuring the People's Liberation Army that the United States does not consider it an adversary, would begin with peacekeeping operations or joint U.S.
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June 5, 2001 | From Associated Press
U.S. Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld said Monday that he has given a limited go-ahead to resume military-to-military contacts with China now that this spring's spy plane incident is being resolved.
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March 7, 1994 | JIM MANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the midst of the Clinton Administration's conflicts with China over human rights, the Pentagon is preparing a series of important steps to upgrade America's defense ties with Beijing, including possible joint U.S.-Chinese military cooperation in Asia, according to Pentagon officials. The military cooperation, aimed at reassuring the People's Liberation Army that the United States does not consider it an adversary, would begin with peacekeeping operations or joint U.S.
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January 31, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Senate, by a 98-0 vote, completed congressional action on a long-stalled bill imposing military and economic sanctions against China and sent it to President Bush. He is expected to sign it. Bush had reluctantly accepted the sanctions but vetoed the bill last year on other grounds. The bill, which also authorizes money to operate the State Department, largely puts into law sanctions that Bush imposed in response to Beijing's crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators last June.
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September 8, 1988 | DAVID HOLLEY, Times Staff Writer
Defense Secretary Frank C. Carlucci, summing up two days of talks with Chinese leaders, said Wednesday that he believes Beijing will exercise restraint in future weapons sales abroad and that the United States will boost its technical assistance to China's military modernization. Speaking at a news conference, Carlucci declared he is satisfied by Chinese explanations of future policy on what has been the divisive issue of missile sales.
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June 13, 1990 | JIM MANN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the year since the Bush Administration blocked U.S. military sales to China after the crushing of democracy protests at Tian An Men Square, Israel has emerged as the most important foreign supplier of advanced military technology to China, officials in the Bush Administration and Congress say. According to these sources, Israel increasingly is providing China with military technology that China is unable to obtain from the United States. Some U.S.
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January 31, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Senate, by a 98-0 vote, completed congressional action on a long-stalled bill imposing military and economic sanctions against China and sent it to President Bush. He is expected to sign it. Bush had reluctantly accepted the sanctions but vetoed the bill last year on other grounds. The bill, which also authorizes money to operate the State Department, largely puts into law sanctions that Bush imposed in response to Beijing's crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators last June.
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September 8, 1988 | DAVID HOLLEY, Times Staff Writer
Defense Secretary Frank C. Carlucci, summing up two days of talks with Chinese leaders, said Wednesday that he believes Beijing will exercise restraint in future weapons sales abroad and that the United States will boost its technical assistance to China's military modernization. Speaking at a news conference, Carlucci declared he is satisfied by Chinese explanations of future policy on what has been the divisive issue of missile sales.
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September 25, 1987 | DAVID HOLLEY, Times Staff Writer
Four F-16 jets of the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds precision-flying team roared past more than 5,000 spectators Thursday at Nanyuan Air Base on the outskirts of Beijing. Flying in tight formation, less than a wingspan apart, the white-and-black-bodied, red-nosed fighter planes pulled into a near-vertical climb. A fifth jet flashed by in low, level flight with its right wing pointed downward. Then the final team member zipped into sight, shot upward and turned 180 degrees to disappear again.
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