Critical Discourse Analysis Of President Bush Speech

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Critical discourse analysis of president Bush speech at Tsinghua University, China
Safia Mujtaba Alsied
Sebha University

This paper is a critical discourse analysis of the speech of the former American president George Bush at the University Tsinghua in Beijing in China which is one of the most famous universities in China. This visit is considered as a third time visit by a US president to give a speech at a campus university in China since the beginning of establishing a diplomatic relationship between China and America in 1972. The subject of this study was in (22-2 2002) by the former U.S.A. president George Bush ,and this speech was addressed to Chinese students .The central aim of Bush’s speech was to confirm the following issues: American
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