Defining the Chinese Dream
A new phase of Sino-American relations is poised to begin now that Xi Jinping has been confirmed as China's next leader and Barack Obama re-elected U.S. president.
In both countries, the debate about foreign policy options has been robust, particularly on the bilateral relationship. This is the time to reflect on the past and look ahead to the future.
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