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Defense Secretary Ash Carter reasserted the U. S.’s right to “fly, sail and operate wherever international law allows” in response to China’s plan to shift its military’s focus toward maritime warfare.
A frustrated Chinese hotelier who wrote a daring letter to the country’s prime minister comparing private companies to slaves has become an unlikely poster boy for Beijing’s efforts to overhaul its economy.