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Analysis: As China expands its global economic influence, its policy of political non-interference may need to change to handle violence and instability abroad

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hina's offers of economic aid have traditionally come with a promise to remain uninvolved in recipient nations' domestic affairs, but a spate of attacks may require Chinese leaders to alter their approach and "step into the messy realm" of local politics, writes Alice Su.
5 months ago
Amedeo Tumolillo
By Amedeo Tumolillo
Amedeo Tumolillo is an editorial consultant with SupChina and award-winning multimedia journalist. He previously worked at The New York Times and Spectrum. Follow him on Twitter at @hellotumo.
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