Published on: 2014-02-21
China urged the U.S. to cancel plans for President Barack Obama to meet the Dalai Lama, warning that it would seriously harm bilateral relations.
In his interview with the Wall Street Journal, however, IEMS’ Barry Sautman explains why China won’t press the issue too hard.
Watch the full interview here (3:07 mins): China’s Limited Power Against Obama-Dalai Lama Meeting
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Tags: china, national security, Politics in China, religion, USA