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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.
2013 May 18
Aquino blunders in shooting's aftermath
The dispute between the Philippines and Taiwan has been exacerbated by the intransigent attitude of the Aquino regime.
2013 May 15
Abe's uneasy alliance
Despite apparent U.S. support for Japan over a number of key issues, the Japan-U.S. alliance appears an uneasy one at best.
2013 May 13
'Tough' Park makes mark in Washington
ROK President Park Geun-hye stood firm on her commitments and principles under difficult circumstances on her recent Washington trip.
2013 May 9
Pentagon power games
The increasingly hysterical rhetoric coming from the Pentagon about China's military threat does not match either historical fact or present reality.
2013 May 2
A brief history of revisionism
Shinzo Abe may be playing to the electorate with his right-wing posturing, but he's playing a more dangerous game with geopolitical tensions.
2013 April 28
A truth less comfortable
Richard Falk's comments linking the Boston Marathon bombings to U.S. foreign policy deserve closer examination, not condemnation.
2013 April 27
Wake up, America!
U.S. backing of Shinzo Abe and his Right Wing administration will not intimidate China.
2013 April 23
Looking beyond the 'Muslim threat'
The FBI's own figures tell us that between 1980 and 2005 there have been more domestic than Muslim terror attacks in the U.S.
2013 April 18
How real is N. Korea's nuclear threat?
China, the United States, Russia, Japan and South Korea all want Pyongyang to denuclearize. The confrontation has gone far enough.
2013 April 15
China, US trying to forge a new kind of relationship
China’s peaceful rise is causing many to re-think the textbook definition of bilateral relations.
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