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Two perspectives on where American diplomats must go next.
For Beijing, the past is exceptionally useful, and usefully exceptional.
The United States has many strengths. The question is how many it will squander in coming years.
In a call with China's President, Trump recognized, or at least nodded at, the one-China policy he'd earlier questioned.
The Communist Party's is responding with a sweeping ideological crackdown on its universities.
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Enforcement of the laudable rule will remain an issue, while ivory demand in countries like Japan and the U.S. is actually rising.
We were both disabled by polio, but I was adopted by Americans. Returning to China 10 years later showed how sharply our destinies had diverged.