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World Insight 10/09/05 Legacy of war; Strategic partnership; Combate Games; Shenzhen at 30

09-06-2010 06:35 BJT

-- Where do we go from here?  Americans and Iraqis wonder what the future holds after the US ends its combat mission in Iraq.

-- Re-thinking the relationship.  What does China's new status as the World's Number Two Economy mean for its strategic partnership with the EU?

-- Alive and kicking.  Thousands of athletes from around the world carry on the culture and spirit of traditional sports at the Combat Games in Beijing.

-- And, Shenzhen turns 30.  Can China's first and most successful special economic zone serves as a model for other countries?

These stories and the global debates, coming up next on World Insight.

Editor:James |Source: CNTV

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