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Zhao Jinglun
标题图片 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 October 22
Boston talks
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry held informal talks in his home with China's State Councilor Yang Jiechi, showing the maturity of the two countries' relations.
2014 October 17
U.S. war against Islamic State is failing
U.S.-led air strikes have not changed the strategic balance in favor of U.S. allies on the ground, but have only caused IS to gain wider appeal.
2014 October 14
US-Japan military alliance 'seamless' and more Robust
Though recent revisions to U.S.-Japanese defense cooperation are supposedly aimed at maintaining peace in the Asia-Pacific region and beyond, Washington is using Japan to stir up trouble in the region in order to contain a rising China.
2014 October 6
Hong Kong version of the 'color revolution'
The "Occupy Central" movement in Hong Kong is part of America's vast ambitious global geopolitical reordering that started in 2011.
2014 September 30
Is the US on the right side of history?
The United States' coalition with the Gulf monarchies to fight IS in Syria is only going to make a bad situation worse. U.S. blind faith in military power in the 21st century is against the current of history.
2014 September 26
The Ilham Tohti case and US double standards
The U.S. criticism of the imprisoning of Uygur separatist mastermind Ilham Tohti is an example of a double standard.
2014 September 25
Three Iraq wars
The third Iraq war against the Islamic State was created by George W. Bush's war in Iraq, and enjoys much greater legitimacy.
2014 September 19
Three major US commitments
The U.S. is doing little more than treading water as it tries to push its authority in the Middle East, Eastern Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
2014 September 16
The West provoked the Ukraine crisis
The West created a situation that forced Russia to fight back. Are they trying to fan the war flames with more sanctions?
2014 September 13
Obama's plan to fight IS
The U.S. president's proposed solution to the IS crisis looks like a plan for an open-ended war without well-defined conditions for victory.
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