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Finally: positive spin on congressional gridlock, from an unlikely place.
News analysis: Obama canceled a key Asia trip to deal with the government shutdown. Was it really a slam dunk for China?
As many as 70,000 Chinese children are abducted and sold each year. Some end up in the US.
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With big deals and money, Xi Jinping expands China’s sphere of influence into Central Asia.
The Communist Party seeks to tame China's savage social media sphere.
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Washington flogs America’s megabank for abiding by China’s golden rule: cultivate guanxi.
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Hint: Technicolor billboards help.
The new president’s “rule of law” campaign apparently doesn't apply to the Communist Party.