A sticker at a bus stop during a pro-democracy march in Hong Kong on Sept. 15. Hong Kong's reunion with mainland China was generally popular after the 1997 handover from the United Kingdom, but attitudes have changed with China's increasing assertiveness.
The West sees two geostrategic questions regarding China: adapt to its growing strength or confront it? Future historians might see recent Western behavior toward China as something else entirely....
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