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February & March 2012 | £2.50 | Volume 68 | Number 2 t h e

Pacific tensions Michael Green on Obama’s many pivots over China Interview Niall Ferguson: Goodbye England, I’m an American now Back to Burma Philip Delves Broughton finds his motherland reborn

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