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China’s Chance: How 9/11 Played into Beijing’s Plans in Asia

Poster:Post date:2011-09-08
Catergory:Commentaries
Region:(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Regional Issues)
  (Globe and Mail, Sep. 8, 2011) “Sept. 11 made the U.S. start focusing on the Middle East rather than Asia-Pacific, which made China’s international environment less intensive than we expected, which was a good opportunity for China,” said Yuan Peng, director of American Studies at the China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations. 
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