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Question 1: and the PRC were severely strained for a time by the ________ in May 1999, accredited to an intelligence error but which some Chinese believed to be deliberate.
US bombing of the People's Republic of China embassy in Belgrade1999 NATO bombing of YugoslaviaNATO bombing of the Radio Television of Serbia headquartersGrdelica train bombing

Question 2: The PRC continued to heavily support North Vietnam in the Vietnam War and also backed the Khmer Rouge in ________.
MalaysiaPapua New GuineaCambodiaCanada

Question 3: Rumsfeld questions China spending; October 18, 2005 - ________ News article about China's military spending.
Norwegian Broadcasting CorporationBBCTG4Raidió Teilifís Éireann

Question 4: ________
Bill ClintonNational Security AgencyAl Gore1996 United States campaign finance controversy

Question 5: On November 8, 2008, ________ and Barack Obama had a phone conversation in which the Chinese President congratulated Obama on his election victory.
Mao ZedongDmitry MedvedevHu JintaoKevin Rudd

Question 6: Now called the ________ and led by U.S.
Hillary Rodham ClintonU.S.–China Strategic and Economic DialogueTimothy GeithnerJoe Biden

Question 7: Massive amounts of aid were given by the Roosevelt administration to Chiang's beleaguered government, now headquartered in ________.

Question 8: Consulate General in ________, the U.S.'s fourth consular post in the PRC.

Question 9: Eventually, however, PRC's suspicion of Vietnam's motives would lead to a break in Sino-Vietnamese cooperation and, upon the Vietnamese invasion of Cambodia in 1979, the ________.
Vietnam WarKorean WarSino-Vietnamese WarSino-Soviet border conflict

Question 10: Among these steps are signature of the International Covenant on Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in October 1997 (ratified in March 2001) and signing of the ________ in October 1998 (not yet ratified).
Universal suffrageInternational Covenant on Civil and Political RightsInternational Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural RightsInternational human rights law


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