Yun Sun

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Yun Sun is a senior associate with the East Asia Program at the Stimson Center, where she studies Chinese foreign policy, US-China relations and China's relations with neighboring countries.

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The US is a young country, but China's President Xi Jinping has a history of 5000 years to call on when he promises a return to past glories.

Make China Great Again

The US is a young country, but China's President Xi Jinping has a history of 5000 years to call on when he promises a return to past glories.

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