The China-US relationship is undoubtedly the most important bilateral ties currently in the world. After so many ups and downs, Washington should have learned by now that each step back in their relations has been triggered by its disrespect of and interference into Beijing's core interests.
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... Google's "messing around" in China is not by chance, but it is the disregard of business ethics and corporate social responsibility, as well as having self interests above that of other countries.
Anyone who thought China was going to cave in to the demands of an American search engine company has been reading the Wall Street Journal too long. The idea that a foreign company could dictate its will to a sovereign country died 150 years ago with the British East India Company.
If you want to help change China for the better, you should involve China and be there. Otherwise you won't have an impact on the country simply by claiming a high moral ground and distancing yourself from the place.