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Mr. Zhang Guoqing is a research fellow of Institute of American Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. His current research fields cover American Politics and American Media.
2012 November 14
Will Obama 2.0 get tougher with China?
Although the United States welcome the rise of China ostensibly, it did not put it into practice.
2012 February 24
My five wishes in 2012
The European debt crisis, uprisings in the Middle East, Sino-US relations, and China's income gap will be major challenges for 2012.
2011 December 7
Sino-US ties in the post-WTO era
China's economy and Sino-US relations have changed dramatically since China entered the WTO.
2010 November 22
The Fed silences Obama's currency rhetoric
The Federal Reserve says quantitative easing will benefit the global economy, but this is wrong.
2010 September 6
Iraq after the US withdrawal
Distribution of oil revenues is the key to Iraqi reconstruction.
2010 August 26
Iraq: Mission unfulfilled
The last US combat forces left Iraq on August 18, but the hasty withdrawal seemed somehow embarrassing.
2010 July 21
US press is the biggest winner of the spy swap
The American press won because they not only maximized their influence, but also worked with the government.
2010 July 1
Bumpy road ahead for global economic recovery
The G20 summit reflects the difficulties in achieving a sustainable recovery of the world economy.
2010 June 14
Obama finding scapegoat for oil spill
Under great pressure, at least Mr. Obama has BP to blame.
2010 June 4
Japanese PM Hatoyama resigned due to pressure from US-Japanese relationship, but his successor shall face the same difficulty.
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