Wang comments on "Why China Is Nervous About the Arab Uprisings"

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"Stuck in Panic Mode"

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Professor Fei-Ling Wang with The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs (INTA) added his commentary for The New York Times, "Why China Is Nervous About the Arab Uprisings: Stuck in Panic Mode".

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Professor Fei-Ling Wang with The Sam Nunn School of International Affairs (INTA) added his commentary for The New York Times, "Why China Is Nervous About the Arab Uprisings: Stuck in Panic Mode".

"The revolutionary changes sweeping through North Africa and the Middle East have touched raw nerves in China," writes Fei-Ling Wang, Professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, in commentary for The New York Times. Wang continues, "The struggling Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi's citing of the “lesson of Tiananmen” certainly didn't help. It is extraordinary to see that the Chinese state, growing rich and powerful, remains easily frightened." Source: The New York Times - February 28, 2011

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China, CISTP, Fei-Ling Wang, IAC, INTA, International Affairs, New York Times, Panic Mode
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  • Created On: Mar 2, 2011 - 8:00pm
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