February 18, 2012

US, China Trade: War By Other Means

Irwin Stelzer, Weekly Standard

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Xi Jinping, the heir apparent to the leadership of the Chinese Communist regime, came to America to meet the president, dine with the vice president, visit a farm in Iowa"”following in the 1959 footsteps of Nikita Khrushchev"”and attend a basketball game in Los Angeles. The Iowa visit was designed to remind Americans that Xi, who visited Iowa 27 years ago, has a long-standing attachment to America, reinforced by the fact that his daughter is attending Harvard, and that Iowa's farmers rely heavily on income from exporting their agricultural products.

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