Kania, Elsa
March 2013
Harvard Political Review;Spring2013, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p28
The article reports on the good economic relationship between China and the U.S. despite China's economic engagement with Iran, which is developing its own nuclear weapons program. Despite the relationship between China and Iran, this issue remains positive to the U.S. government. Speaking at Harvard University last November 2012, National Security Advisor Thomas E. Donilon claimed that China opposed the Iranian acquisition of nuclear weapons.


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