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November 16, 2009
U.S. leader faces profound diplomatic challenges in China

President Obama’s visit to China comes amid that country’s growing influence as a key player on the global stage. The Obama administration is evaluating its approach to the rising Asian superpower.

While Obama has spoken with Chinese leaders in depth about business and trade, human rights issues have not been the main topic of the bilateral dialogue.

Daljit Dhaliwal talks about China’s new role with Jamie Metzl, executive vice president of the Asia Society. He says that China may emerge as a strategic partner.

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[…] While Obama has spoken with Chinese leaders in depth about business and trade, human rights issues have not been the main topic of the bilateral […] Read more at http://worldfocus.org/blog/2009/11/16/us-leader-faces-profound-diplomatic-challenges-in-china/8423/ […]

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EARLYON I ATTENDED THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN’S LECTURE RE THE WORLD IS FLAT. AFTER HIS PRESENTATION, I TOLD HIM THAT THE UNITED STATES IS FACING ECONOMIC STRANGULATION RE CHINA’S ECONOMIC EXPANSION. IS MY PREDICTION COMING TRUE?

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