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At Slate, William Saletan describes a wave of China-bashing by current Democrat campaigns in the U.S.: Exploiting American anxiety about Asia
Outgoing Chinese president Hu Jintao congratulated Barack Obama on Wednesday after the U.S. president won re-election over Republican challenger
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After the final U.S. presidential debate on October 22, any undecided voters who counted China as a deciding factor would most likely have been
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