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Wendy Sherman and Wang Yi sit together in Tianjin, China. U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman, left, and Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meet in Tianjin, China, July 26, 2021 (U.S. Department of State photo via AP).

China’s ‘Wolf Warrior’ Approach Is Filtering Down to the General Public

Wednesday, July 28, 2021

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Over the past few months, Beijing’s increasingly uncompromising posture toward policy disagreements with foreign powers has been reflected in the strident rhetoric used by Chinese officials. The latest round of U.S.-China high-level diplomacy was no exception. But several incidents this week demonstrated how this sharp, aggressive tone on the part of China’s leadership is now also filtering down to the Chinese public on the streets of Zhengzhou and elsewhere across mainland China. ...

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