China: Diplomacy China is flexing its diplomatic muscle and expanding its influence. As a result, it's assuming a new diplomatic role — and altering its long-stated policy of non-interference in other countries' affairs.
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China: Diplomacy

China's new role overseas is changing its policy of non-interference in other countries' affairs.

China, Congo Trade For What The Other Wants

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Chinese Influence In Sudan Is Subtle, Complicated

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China And Sudan: A Marriage Sealed In Oil, History

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China's Military Growth Creates Uncertainty for U.S.

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China Alters Its Role in World Economy, Diplomacy

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