November 19, 2010

U.S. Throws a Row of Boulders in China's Path

Ravi Velloor, China Post

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The Indians had been crying hoarse for months of a new Chinese assertiveness on a number of bilateral issues, including the China-India border, but the world mostly dismissed it as the distress of an ageing spinster spotting the neighborhood rogue entering her bedroom unannounced. But at the Copenhagen Climate Conference in December, Beijing insulted Obama by sending low-level diplomats to negotiate with him.

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