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ASEAN leaders must look beyond US primaries chaos

Here's my latest piece for Nikkei Asian Review, written before the January 28 debate in Des Moines.  Just three days to go before the Iowa caucuses, so we will see if all the pundits and predictions are proven correct.  It's been a primary season like no other -- and I'm eager to here your thoughts, in the comments section below.

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I like Trump and he will probably get my vote. However, on illegal immigrants we differ. If a person has been here, at least, two (2) years working and paying his or her taxes stay. Or if here a year doing the same, just want a person paying their share and assimilating to America. The Muslim's seem to want us to adapt to their way of living and that isn't' going to happen. Their religion has a lot of hate in it. If you don't do this or that cut something off or kill them. And I don't want to go into Christianity debate. People don't know how and I mean people that should know how to read the bible. For example, this planet has been here for billions of years just read II Peter 3:5-8. The "overflowed with water, perished" this is not Noah's flood the world did not perish in that one. I read you book Out of American: A Black Man Confronts Africa and is was a great read, will read more or your work. Well be good and safe.

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Unlikely surge of public opinion may force China rethink on North Korea

Here’s my latest from Nikkei Asian Review, on China growing impatient with its “frenemy” North Korea.  I also invite you to follow me on Twitter, and on Medium, and please feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Mystery of missing booksellers points to mainland hand

Greetings, everyone, for the New Year.  And to start off, here is my latest piece from Nikkei Asian Review on the case of the disappearing Hong Kong booksellers.  Let me know your thoughts.  And I'll be posting more commentary and analysis in 2016.

 

KEITH B. RICHBURG, Contributing writer

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