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Zhao Jinglun (Dec. 31, 1923—Jan. 24, 2015) was a Nieman Fellow, class of 1981. He was the chief opinions writer for The Asian-American Times (NYC) and a columnist for the Hong Kong Economic Journal.
2015 January 26
Obituary: Zhao Jinglun
Veteran journalist, academic and China.org.cn columnist Zhao Jinglun passed away Saturday morning at 5:55am.
2014 December 9
The Ukraine crisis - who is responsible?
The U.S. has virtually declared war on Russia. Such recklessness and irresponsibility is truly astounding.
2014 December 2
War is cruelty
War is cruelty, yet Nobel Peace Prize winner Barack Obama is stepping up targeted assassination drone wars in Pakistan and Yemen.
2014 November 26
World order and regime change
The world is evolving and so is the world order which has to change to reflect changing realities and power relations.
2014 November 22
A human tragedy
The Nov.18 attack on a Jerusalem synagogue is part of an ongoing human tragedy in which reprisal begets reprisal.
2014 November 19
Growth is of paramount importance
Growth in the G20 and G7 nations is in stagnation. For growth, innovation is the key word. Any country that does not innovate will be left behind.
2014 November 17
For a fair and just international system
With the world changing fast, people need to keep up with it, preserving what works, and to keep improving the world system to make it fairer and more just.
2014 November 14
China-US relations at a new historical starting point
The Chinese and U.S. leaders have worked hard to get their relationship right, to the benefit of both countries and the world.
2014 November 9
'We have to get it right'
No other bilateral relationship in history has had so many dimensions and reached such importance as the U.S-China relationship.
2014 November 7
Obama plan to fight IS suffers big setback
With moderate Syrian rebel forces are losing more bases, the U.S. plan to arm and train armed organizations on the ground to fight the Islamic State has now pretty much gone up in smoke.
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