Andrew Nathan

Professor of Political Science, Columbia University

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Professor of Political Science at Columbia University and co-editor of How East Asians View Democracy

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President Obama says China now carries "a burden of leadership" it shares with the United States, as he moves from a  town hall  with students in Shanghai to public appearances with…

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