"As we confront a rise in nationalism, he reminds us nationalism is not to be confused with patriotism," CNN correspondent John Avlon said.
A reminder of authoritarian crackdowns past - the massacre at Tiananmen Square in China - June 4, 1989.
News for the week ending June 11, 1989 - The Tiananmen Square protests and the AIDS Conference in Canada. Two big events that week, both with less-than-happy results.
While discussing what the United States should do if the crisis in Iran turns into another Tiananmen Square, McCain responds that the U.S. should foll
( . . and then the screens went dark.) The final few days of the Democracy movement in Tiananamen Square. After seven weeks, it ended quickly with
(Not thrilled to be there) As the numbers swelled into the hundreds of thousands, the political tug-of-war continued. The students called off their
(It seemed like a great idea at the time) Twenty years ago this month, hot on the heels of Glasnost and Perestroika within the Soviet Union, Chines