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Philip Auerswald

China's quick fall, slow return to glory

By Philip Auerswald
August 11, 2008

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WINSTON LORD, the former US ambassador to China, long ago remarked on the tendency of Americans to regard China with an attitude alternating between romance and fear. Thanks to the Olympics, we finally know whether China is an unassuming poor country suddenly made good or a menacing superpower in the making. The answer is neither. (Full article: 724 words)

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