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China agreed today to release 24 American military personnel after the US further parsed its diplomatic language to include the words "very sorry" in reference to the loss of a Chinese fighter pilot and the emergency landing of a US reconnaissance plane. Both sides are talking like victors. We delve into the factors that motivated today's resolution, how China will use its victory, and the future of US-Chinese relations with a former US ambassador to China, the head of the US Pan Asian Chamber of Commerce, journalists and a political scientist. (Laurie Levenson guest hosts.)
  • Newsmaker: Riots in Cincinnati - Last night, Cincinnati erupted in violence after the shooting death of an unarmed, 19-year-old black man by a white police officer. Howard Wilkinson, of The Cincinnati Enquirer, updates the situation, including elected officials attempts to calm the city and an impending Department of Justice investigation.
  • Reporter's Notebook: The Netherlands OKs Euthanasia - The Netherlands has codified the decisions that neighboring countries leave to medical doctors. Jacob Kohnstamm, a Dutch senator and president of the Dutch Voluntary Euthanasia Society, details the new euthanasia legislation and chides critics who compare the practice to the actions of Nazi Germany.

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US Pan Asian Chamber of Commerce

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