November 8, 2012

Next Korean President Must Stop U.S.-China Clash

Korea Times, Korea Times

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America finished picking its leader for the next four years yesterday. China will begin a similar, but a very different, process tomorrow: the new Chinese leader has long been decided and will be in charge for a decade. Korea has been paying greater attention to political developments in the G2 than most other countries in the world, especially regarding how the new leadership in its giant neighbor to the west will handle global and regional diplomacy. Modern history tells there are more than a hundred reasons for the unusual level of interest.

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