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Zhao Jinglun was a Nieman Fellow, class of 1981. He is the chief opinions writer for The Asian-American Times (NYC) and a columnist for the Hong Kong Economic Journal.
2014 April 21
Are Americans war-weary?
Americans are finally becoming sick and tired of foreign intervention and wars because they are ruinous, but it seems Washington is not yet.
2014 April 14
The US is playing with fire in Asia
The U.S. has sided with Japan and the Philippines in their island disputes with China. China is "dissatisfied."
2014 April 12
Freedom for the plutocrats
Americans have characterized Russia and China as "anti-freedom." Sure, the United States is for freedom -- freedom for the plutocrats.
2014 April 9
Two contrasting global models
China pursues a foreign policy of friendship with all countries. America pursues permanent domination of the world through predatory capitalism.
2014 April 6
The resurgence of al-Qaeda
Three years ago, U.S. navy seals killed Osama bin Laden, yet today, al-Qaeda is stronger than ever.
2014 April 2
China and Europe
President Xi Jinping's historic visit to Europe has brought China and the EU closer together. This has got to be good news.
2014 March 27
Albright's own fantasy, delusion and lies
In an article Madeleine Albright co-wrote with Jim O'Brien for the Washington Post, she called Putin's rhetoric "a fantasy inside a delusion wrapped in a tissue of lies."
2014 March 20
Putin and the West
Few see the Crimean crisis as the beginning of a new Cold War, but it cannot be business as usual either.
2014 March 19
The war between Langley and Capitol Hill
Capitol Hill wants to investigate the CIA's detention and interrogation program. The CIA has rejected allegations and withheld information, so the fight continues.
2014 March 17
Crimea - a foregone conclusion
Crimea will become part of Russia. No amount of howling at the moon will change this fait accompli.
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