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The sounds of silence on Chen Guangcheng

Your humble blogger has been silent on the ongoing Chen Guangcheng case in China.  To be fair, however, I was merely copying what the Chinese and U.S. governments were doing:  furiously not commenting on the case as the next Strategic and Economic Dialogue between Washington and Beijing commences.  Since other people are starting to say really stupid things comment on it, however, I'm required by the International Brotherhood of Foreign Policy Pundits to weigh on the matter.
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