David Lampton

Director of China Studies, Johns Hopkins University

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Director of the China Studies Program at Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies and author of The Three Faces of Chinese Power: Might, Money and Minds

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The  Dalai Lama  is receiving the  Congressional Gold Medal of Honor  today, America's top civilian award, and George Bush is in attendance.

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