U.S.-China Fight over Taiwan Exposes a Perception GapWenran Jiang
Only a few months ago, U.S.-China relations seemed to be enjoying a honeymoon. President Barack Obama, who visited Beijing and Shanghai in November, had made engagement with China one of his top foreign policy priorities. There was even widespread discussion of a new G2 era, with Washington and Beijing coordinating closely to solve key global problems.
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