September 26, 2010

Three Faces of the New China

David Sanger, New York Times

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What American diplomats and analysts now have to figure out is what drives China's actions and responses, how to try to shape them and, some would argue, what limits to try to set.

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TAGGED: Hu Jintao, North Korea, Iran, China

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