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Getting China Right

With the Olympics behind us, and the U.S. elections ahead, we are entering a potentially challenging time for U.S.-China relations. Given the numerous serious policy differences between the United States and China—on human rights, trade and currency, and Sudan, to name a few—getting China right from day one will be a key challenge for the next U.S. administration.

With the Olympics behind us, and the U.S. elections ahead, we are entering a potentially challenging time for U.S.-China relations. Given the numerous serious policy differences between the United States and China—on human rights, trade and currency, and Sudan, to name a few—getting China right from day one will be a key challenge for the next U.S. administration.

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Nina Hachigian

Senior Fellow

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