It often takes a crisis to clear muddles, so what kind of crisis could push Chinese policymakers to react more forcefully? It often takes a crisis to clear muddles, so what kind of crisis could push Chinese policymakers to react more forcefully?
It often takes a crisis to clear muddles, so what kind of crisis could push Chinese policymakers to react more forcefully?

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It often takes a crisis to clear muddles, so what kind of crisis could push Chinese policymakers to react more forcefully? It often takes a crisis to clear muddles, so what kind of crisis could push Chinese policymakers to react more forcefully?
It often takes a crisis to clear muddles, so what kind of crisis could push Chinese policymakers to react more forcefully?
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