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Brainysmurf in a nest of Neocons

Tianjin blogger Adam Morris has a 'China Briefing' up on the group blog Winds of Change. Interesting match: Adam is generally sympathetic to China. The Winds of Change people tend to be Neocons: in favor of the projection of American power in Iraq and anywhere else where bad guys are in charge.

As a group, Neocons do not have a coherent China policy, but they generally seem to think the bad guys are in charge in China. For reference, have a look at the East Asia section of the website of Project for the New American Century, or anything that blogger rock star Instapundit writes about China (usually something to do with Walmart and sanctions).

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