July 19, 2014

A Saudi Test for China's Global Ambitions

Jasper Wong, The Interpreter

The Associated Press

China will find itself in ever stickier situations as it stakes its interests in other parts of the world and discovers that its traditionally held principles will require an overhaul in light of new and emerging interests.

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