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Nick Kristof: China Doesn't Want Its Own John Boehner

NEW YORK, February 5, 2013 — In a panel featuring current and former New York Times China correspondents, columnist and former Beijing correspondent Nicholas Kristof argues that even though Chinese citizens may not be yearning for an American-style democracy with their own John Boehner, there is a strong desire for political change. (1 min., 50 sec.)

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