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Demetri Sevastopulo

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Demitri Sevastopulo is the Washington bureau chief for the Financial Times. Her formerly served as its Asia news editor and China correspondent. 

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Donald Trump's campaign was full of tough talk about China. As President, he's talking tougher than ever -- especially about North Korea, which fired another missile yesterday.

VIP treatment for China's President Xi at Mar-a-Lago

Donald Trump's campaign was full of tough talk about China. As President, he's talking tougher than ever -- especially about North Korea, which fired another missile yesterday.

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The Captain of the Maersk Alabama  is safe  after Navy Seal sharp-shooters  picked off three pirates  who were holding him in the Indian Ocean.  Richard Phillips had given himself up…

American Ship Captain Rescued from Pirates

The Captain of the Maersk Alabama is safe after Navy Seal sharp-shooters picked off three pirates who were holding him in the Indian Ocean.  Richard Phillips had given himself up…

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US military leaders in Iraq have long warned that President Obama's  promise to withdraw  in 16 months may be optimistic.

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US military leaders in Iraq have long warned that President Obama's promise to withdraw in 16 months may be optimistic.

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