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Zhao Jinglun
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.
May 31, 2014
US interventionism has failed, but…
The American people are sick and tired of thirteen years of unending wars, so why is Obama looking for more "foreign entanglements?"
May 30, 2014
Saudi-Iran thaw bodes well for Middle East
The thaw between Iran and Saudi Arabia is good news. Nevertheless, the situation in the Middle East remains an excessively complex one. What happens next?
May 23, 2014
The specter haunting Washington
The rapid development of Sino-Russian relations is vexing the United States, which is trying to take on both powers.
May 21, 2014
A ludicrous 'indictment'
Isn't it gross hypocrisy for the United States, the "collect it all" surveillance state, to accuse others for economic spying?
May 21, 2014
China-US military relationship
The Chinese and U.S. militaries have to build up mutual trust and avoid miscalculations. Herein lies the significance of General Fang's U.S. visit.
May 18, 2014
How Western military actions destabilize the world
War is the most unpredictable human enterprise. The Iraq and Libya wars destabilized the Middle East and North Africa and increased threats from terrorism.
May 16, 2014
China's principled stand
China never claims or cedes land that does not belong to it.
May 12, 2014
Ukraine -- a way to peace
The United States remains ready for hot confrontation." By contrast, Putin has tried to de-escalate tensions in Ukraine.
May 7, 2014
China is uncontainable
China does not seek hegemony. It would be wise for Washington to follow George Kennan's advice: treat China with the most exquisite courtesy and respect.
April 30, 2014
Cory is turning in her grave
In 1991, the president of the Philippines, Corazon Aquino, kicked the Americans out of the Subic Bay naval base and Clark air base. Today, 23 years later, her son is inviting the Americans back.
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