December 3, 2012

U.S., China in Awkward Embrace

Dan Blumenthal & Phillip Swagel, The National Interest

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After a first term and a reelection campaign that dwelled on the ills China has caused the U.S. economy, President Barack Obama now must turn to the more difficult business of engaging with China’s new leadership and translating rhetoric into policy.

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