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Only One Person Can Stop Putin’s War on Ukraine

For the first time since its ascendance to superpower status, China can apply its strengths and put an end to a major world crisis. But is Xi Jinping even interested?

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On February 24, 1972, U.S. President Richard Nixon visited China on a historic visit that became a term in international relation: “Nixon’s visit to China,” a synonym for an unexpected, game-changing rapprochement.

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