Why was Blackwater in China?

Lee, Peter
July 2014
International Policy Digest;Jul2014, Vol. 1 Issue 7, p111
The article focuses on the report related to the Blackwater's death threat against State Department investigators in Iraq. It offers information on Blackwater guards send to Shenyang, China, to provide security for North Korean asylum seekers who had gone to the U.S. Consulate and refused to leave for fear the Chinese government.


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