The Power Struggle In China
When both the liberal New Republic and the conservative Weekly Standard magazines agree that China is an enemy, and Republicans in Congress accuse CEOs doing business with Beijing of being greedy, it is clear that the consensus governing U.S. policy toward China for the past 25 years is breaking down. Asia is a growing flash point for conflict, and the U.S. must decide what its goals are in the Pacific Rim and what kind of relationship it wants to have with China.
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