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"I'm very disappointed at the U.S. government." #chenguangcheng

-Shame on you Barack Obama! 
From Foreign Policy "Citizen Chen"

Q: U.S. officials said you looked optimistic when you walked out of the embassy, what happened?
A: At the time I didn't have a lot of information. I wasn't allowed to call my friends from inside the embassy. I couldn't keep up with news so I didn't know a lot of things that were happening.
Q: What prompted your change of heart?
A: The embassy kept lobbying me to leave and promised to have people stay with me in the hospital. But this afternoon as soon as I checked into the hospital room, I noticed they were all gone.
Q: Has the U.S. disappointed you?
A: I'm very disappointed at the U.S. government.
Q: Why?
A: I don't think (U.S. officials) protected human rights in this case.

The China conundrum - Right Turn - The Washington Post:

Senior U.S. official on Chen Guangcheng

CNN's Jill Dougherty interviews Assistant Secretary Kurt Campbell in Beijing about Chen Guangcheng

who is Kurt Campbell?
Assistant Secretary
Term of Appointment: 06/02/2009 to present

Kurt Campbell became the Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs in June 2009. Previously, he was the CEO and Co-Founder of the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) and concurrently served as the director of the Aspen Strategy Group and chairman of the Editorial Board of the Washington Quarterly. He was the founder of StratAsia, a strategic advisory firm, and was the senior vice president, director of the International Security Program, and Henry A. Kissinger Chair in National Security Policy at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He was also associate professor of public policy and international relations at the John F. Kennedy School of Government and assistant director of the Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard University.
Campbell, Kurt M.:

According to Kurt Campbell, CEO of the Center for a New American Security, a US-based national security think tank, "Confronting climate change will be this generation's Cold War, only much more difficult because it could literally undermine the very notion of societal stability. Certain aspects of civilization will come under enormous stress and hardship."
Is this what the world's coming to? : article : Nature Reports Climate Change:

Fu, himself a former Tiananmen Square student leader, describes the Chen Gaungcheng affair as a watershed moment for U.S. credibility in the defense of freedom and rule of law.

Chen's Choices and American Values: Heritage Foundation

From Foreign Policy: Frank Wolf, Republican Virgina:

"The situation is complicated, but Chen's case is not. There is a place for pragmatism in diplomacy -- perhaps that is what motivated Deputy National Security Advisor John Brennan when asked this weekend about Chen's case to say that the president will aim to "balance our commitment to human rights" while maintaining "our relationships with key countries overseas." But pragmatism must not result in Chen's abandonment in the name of good relations.

Chen represents China's future. He is bright and bold. He loves his family and cares deeply about his fellow citizens. But until there is a fundamental change on the part of the Chinese government, Chen, like his compatriots, Nobel Laureate Liu Xiaobo, writer and academic Yu Jie, and so many others whose names we do not yet know, will be viewed as enemies by the country that they love. We can be certain that they are watching closely as Chen's fate unfolds.

Much has been written about the timing of Chen's escape. Coming on the heels of the embarrassing Bo Xilai scandal and this fall's Communist Party leadership transition, in most diplomatic and foreign-policy circles the conventional wisdom is that the timing couldn't have been worse.

But for an opportunity for the United States to show its commitment to freedom, the timing couldn't be better.

Chen's escape is the stuff of history. All that remains to be seen is whether America will be on the right side.
The tale of an innocent blind man suffering injustice spread. "When I heard about this, I felt the same way that everyone in China with a conscience felt," said a Beijing-based poet who asked for anonymity. "I felt powerless, disappointed, and angry."

Citizen Chen - By Isaac Stone Fish | Foreign Policy:

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