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Bush Foreign Policy

For almost two weeks, President Bush and key members of his staff balanced stern demands with carefully-worded regrets while negotiating the release of detained American servicemen and women on the Chinese island of Hainan. Liane speaks with NPR's Don Gonyea about how the President and his staff handled their first major test in international crisis management.

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