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Media: Colombia National Radio – “Coffee and News” Morning Show (Live).

Subjects: Issues likely to come up in the state visit; human rights; valuation of the Chinese Renminbi and risk of a “currency war.”

Length: 8:07.

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Media: Voice of America.

Subjects: Chinese interests in the Middle East, the China-Iran economic relationship, Iran, Iran’s nuclear program, and differing Chinese and U.S. foreign policy priorities.

Length: 2:43.

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Media: BusinessWeek (Cover Story).

Clip: “A coordinated message with these leaders changes the narrative,” says Daniel Michaeli, a Sino-American relations expert who runs the Asia Ruminations blog.

Link: http://www.businessweek.com/magazine/content/10_14/b4172038526024.htm

Media: Colombia National Radio – “Coffee and News” Morning Show (Live).

Subjects: Sources of U.S.-China disagreement, particularly the arms sale to Taiwan and President Obama’s expected April 2010 meeting with the Dalai Lama.

Length: 9:13.

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Media: Icelandic National Broadcasting Service – Radio 1 “Spegillinn.”

Subjects: President Obama’s trip to Shanghai and Beijing, and the U.S.-China relationship.

Length: 5:42.

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Media: Icelandic National Broadcasting Service – Evening News.

Subjects: President Obama’s trip to China, and the U.S.-China relationship.

Length: 1:45.

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Media: Colombia National Radio – “Coffee and News” Morning Show (Live).

Subjects: President Obama’s trip to Japan, focusing on the Okinawa base relocation issue, creating a more equal U.S.-Japan relationship, and Prime Minister Hatoyama’s idea for an East Asian Community.

Length: 11:21.

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Hu Jintao’s State Visit (Radio Interview)

China’s Approach to Iran (Radio Interview)

Chinese Executives’ Support for Currency Realignment (Print Interview)

Complications for the U.S. and China (Radio Interview)

The U.S.-China Relationship (Radio Interview)

President Obama’s Visit to China (Television Interview)

Issues in the U.S.-Japan Relationship (Radio Interview)

Civil Society Development in China (Television Interview) – English Version

“China and the Future of the World” Conference (Print Interview)