July 1, 2014

China's Presidential Spin Doctor

Johnny Erling, Worldcrunch

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An American diplomat once compared the role of the trim Chinese adviser to that of two heavyweight presidential advisors. Wang, he said, was Karl Rove and Henry Kissinger rolled into one.

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