Inky Eyes Into China's Mind

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The newspaper boxes can be found around Washington, D.C., ranging from Union Station near the Hill to Foggy Bottom in the vicinity of the State Department. Inside, the newspaper articles emphasize positive, even entrepreneurial themes: investment opportunities, technological advances, the virtues of trade and economic integration. This world view, at first glance, could be mistaken for that of the Western-style capitalist outlook of a U.S. or European business daily. But the reality of these newspapers’ agendas, and their ownership, are an ideological universe apart: it’s that of the Communist Party of China (CPC).

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