February 23, 2014

Why Is China Suddenly Cozying Up to Taiwan?

Benny Avni, Newsweek

The Associated Press

Remember the Bamboo Curtain? It's coming down. After decades of hostilities, Communist China is eyeing better relations with its old rival and democratic holdout Taiwan.

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