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May 13, 2015

Where are the US presidential candidates on China?

By Keith B. Richburg, May 13, 2015 Watching the US presidential election unfolding from the vantage point of Asia can at times seem a little disheartening.  There’s […]
April 15, 2015

All the president's kin Primary tabs

By Keith B. Richburg, April 15, 2015 Here’s my latest piece from The Edge Review, looking at dynastic rule across Asia –with an obvious eye to our […]
April 9, 2015

The rise and fall of the weibo army

By Keith B. Richburg, April 9, 2015 Greetings from Beijing, where one of the most fascinating developments in the time since I left, in 2013, has been […]
April 1, 2015

Endgame for China's leaders? Who knows Primary tabs

By Keith B. Richburg, April 1, 2015 Here’s my latest column from The Edge Review, on a fascinating debate taking place among China-watchers on the future of […]
March 13, 2015

Selma's Lesson for Asia

By Keith B. Richburg, March 13, 2015 Last weekend, I watched the moving commemoration of the Selma, Alabama civil rights march of 1965 from the vantage point […]
March 2, 2015

ASEAN needs to start combating ISIS

By Keith B. Richburg, March 2, 2015 Here’s my latest piece from The Edge Review, on why ASEAN needs to start taking the threat from the Islamic […]
February 10, 2015

Will Myanmar's messy reform process work? History says yes

By Keith B. Richburg, February 10, 2015 Following is my piece on Myanmar’s democratic transition, just published (2/10/2015) by the Nikkei Asian Review. I invite you to […]
February 6, 2015

China bets on a nuclear future

By Keith B. Richburg, February 6, 2015 ©The Edge Review The meltdown in 2011 at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility led to an extremely rare occurrence next […]
January 30, 2015

How China is building dominance

By Keith B. Richburg, January 30, 2015 China is in the midst of an infrastructure building boom.  And it’s not just the highways, dams, airports and high-speed […]