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Obama wants to strike ‘appropriate balance’ on Chinese dissident, official says

A senior White House official said Sunday that President Obama wants to strike an “appropriate balance” in dealing with a Chinese dissident who fled house arrest last Sunday and reportedly is under protection inside the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. Read full article >>
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