October 25, 2012

U.S. Election Shames a Secretive China

Francesco Sisci, Asia Times

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The opacity of China's upcoming leadership shuffle is in stark contrast to the United States' presidential race. The lack of substance in rumors over potential winners and losers of the Communist Party congress proves that for Beijing to achieve world influence it will need to stop hiding truths from its own people.

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