February 7, 2012

China Needs to Change Mideast Foreign Policy

James Dorsey, Bloomberg

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The decision to veto a condemnation of the Syrian regime at the United Nations Security Council is just the latest signal that illustrates the need for a fundamental change in Chinese foreign policy.

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TAGGED: Egypt, China, Syria, Libya

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