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NEWSWEEK: International Editions: Highlights and Exclusives, Dec. 31, 2007- Jan. 7, 2008
Date:12/23/2007

COVER: What's Next: China (All overseas editions). Newsweek International Editor Fareed Zakaria writes that China's ascension to a global superpower is no longer a forecast but a reality. Three decades after its emergence from Mao Zedong's Cultural Revolution, China has grown from one of the world's poorest countries to the second most important country on the planet. A team of correspondents and guest columnists share their thoughts on China and its new place as a superpower.
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Mao to Now. Beijing Bureau Chief Melinda Liu writes about the vast changes she has witnessed since 1979. Starting with the Gang of Four trial, she has seen China's slow emergence from the wreckage of the Mao years, the horrific bloodletting at Tiananmen Square, the rise of nationalist sentiment and handover of Hong Kong, and Beijing's gradual attempts to integrate itself into the world. Liu also shares the story of how her family became separated from her brother Guangyuan in 1949 and was reunited 30 years later.

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Olympian Ambitions. Sports Editor Mark Starr writes that although China has been gearing up for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games and has high hopes of knocking the United States off its Olympic perch, there is far more at stake in Beijing than athletic supremacy. The Games are its chance to "sell the world on a more benevolent vision of China."

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Where a Future President Learned About the World. Newsweek excerpts the upcoming book "The China Diary of George H.W. Bush," in which the former president chronicled his experie
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