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Jin Liangxiang
Dr Jin Liangxiang is a research fellow at Shanghai Institutes for International Studies. His current research fields are Middle East politics and international relations.
May 26, 2014
What the changes in Syria mean
Though Bashar Assad might have survived the most difficult phase, the political crisis is far from over.
May 4, 2014
Do sanctions always bite?
The role of sanctions imposed by Western developed countries has been gradually weakened.
April 21, 2014
China's Syria policy will stand the test of time
China's Syria policy stems from its adherence to the principle of non-intervention. This policy will stand the test of time.
April 5, 2014
What the latest US-Iran spat tells us
Objections to the appointment of an Iranian diplomat show that America has not put the 1979 hostage crisis behind it.
March 28, 2014
Can Obama pacify the Saudi anger?
Obama can reiterate that Washington does care about the Saudi concerns, but for now simply cannot meet these concerns by taking action.
March 23, 2014
The rise of geopolitics and challenges to China
Geopolitical competition is still one of the basic features of international politics. Ukraine and Syria are just two geopolitical hotspots.
March 4, 2014
The US should stop supporting secessionists
United States should stop supporting Xinjiang secessionists. Cooperation in fighting against terrorism between the U.S. and China would benefit both sides.
February 1, 2014
The Iran nuclear issue: three scenarios
The Iran nuclear issue on January 20 entered the implementation of the "Joint Plan of Action," but how might things unfold from here onwards?
January 7, 2014
China makes a significant contribution to Mid-East security
U.S. critics are wrong. China is actively involved in maintaining Middle East security.
January 2, 2014
The US is at fault on China-Japan historical issues
U.S. indulgence on historical issues is encouraging the rightwing turn of Japan's leadership.
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