February 16, 2014

Spain's Futile Attempt to Rein in China

David Bosco, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

Is a Spanish attempt to hold China accountable for abuses in Tibet the end of the global policeman?

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TAGGED: Spain, China, Tibet


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