David Shlapak

RAND Corporation

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David Shlapak is a senior international research analyst at the RAND Corporation

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The founder of Communist China, Mao Tse Tung, was famous for unpredictability -- keeping the world off balance with unexpected contradictions.

America's foreign policy: Now you see it…now you don't…

The founder of Communist China, Mao Tse Tung, was famous for unpredictability -- keeping the world off balance with unexpected contradictions.

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