China is embracing the Taliban's rise to power in Afghanistan as a major failure of U.S. foreign policy. Many are wondering what the Taliban's takeover means for China, the country that shares 50 miles of border with the volatile country. The Mercatus Center's Weifeng Zhong, who runs an index that monitors Chinese propaganda and predicts policy changes based on it, comments on what China has to gain and lose from its newfound romance with the Taliban.