February 6, 2013

U.S. Should Put Away China 'Evil Empire' Card

Rowan Callick, The Australian

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The US remains leader of the Western world, the torch-bearer for liberal democracy with a mission to further its values globally. But the enmeshment of China and the US today marks a stunning contrast with the stark separation between the old Soviet Union and America.

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