November 4, 2012

New Chinese Leader's Army Ties Could Test U.S.

Jane Perlez, New York Times

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On one of his many visits abroad in recent years, Xi Jinping, the presumptive new leader of China, met in 2009 with local Chinese residents in Mexico City, where in a relaxed atmosphere he indirectly criticized the United States.

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