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February 23, 2021
via Project Syndicate
February 9, 2021
via Democracy: A Journal of Ideas


January 28, 2021
The convening of a new Congress provides an opportunity to forge a more effective American approach to China. The Chinese economy is no longer in transition from plan to market. Successive waves of economic reform have eliminated direct government control of resources and their uses.