August 16, 2014

Obama's China Strategy Is Doomed

Ted Galen Carpenter, The National Interest

The Associated Press

As Beijing’s power grows, it will become more and more difficult for Washington to continue its strategy of trying to enjoy the fruits of all possible approaches to dealing with that country. There could be other options.

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