December 21, 2012

China's New Foreign Policy Priorities

Robert Keatley, The National Interest

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The new leaders of the Chinese Communist Party may have moved into office, but so far their new policies have not. Yet if these men at the top -- led by party General Secretary Xi Jinping -- are to resolve a daunting array of problems at home and abroad, they must move quickly to prevent bad situations from growing worse, thus aggravating troubles their predecessors have passed along unsolved.

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