October 24, 2012

The Only Option for U.S.-China Policy

Lianchao Han, Weekly Standard

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The Chinese Communist regime can afford to ignore the talk because it knows it already has the United States by the nose. Not only does the United States need China for iPhones and cheap toys, it also needs China’s money to finance the debt and its strategic cooperation in Iran and North Korea as well as in the South China Sea. Whoever ends up in the White House will have no choice but to work with China.

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