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2009

 

Sneak Peek 2010: Gordon G. Chang on China, Forbes.com, December 30  

 

China Closes Down The Internet, Forbes.com, December 25  

 

Stopping Nuclear Terrorism, Pajamas Media, December 21  

 

Obama's Iran Policy Falls Short, Forbes.com, December 18  

 

North Korea's Four-Party Ploy, The Wall Street Journal Asia, December 16  

 

China Attacks the West at Copenhagen, Forbes.com, December 11  

 

Iran's Last Chance, Hudson Institute New York, December 10  

 

Keep Bosworth Out of Pyongyang, Forbes.com, December 4  

 

Chinese Banks in the Tank, Forbes.com, November 27  

 

Barack in Beijing, The Weekly Standard, November 23  

 

China Alone? National Review, November 23  

 

The Real G-2: Obama's Historic Opportunity, Pajamas Media, November 21  

 

When in Doubt, Blame Bernanke, Forbes.com, November 20  

 

Obama Cozies Up to Japan, Pajamas Media, November 13  

 

Skip Beijing, Mr. President, Forbes.com, November 13  

 

Mickey Mouse in the Communist Kingdom, Pajamas Media, November 9  

 

The "Beijing Consensus" Won't Last, The Wall Street Journal Asia, November 9  

 

The Space Arms Race Begins, Forbes.com, November 6  

 

China: A Failure of Intelligence? Hudson Institute New York, November 4  

 

Humiliating Japan, Forbes.com, October 30  

 

China's 8.9% Growth? No Way, Forbes.com, October 23  

 

Post Obamism, Forbes.com, October 16  

 

Beijing Is Violating North Korean Sanctions , The Wall Street Journal Asia, October 15  

 

Al-Qaeda Calls for 'Holy War' Against China, Pajamas Media, October 15  

 

Secret Cabals and the Demise of the Dollar, Pajamas Media, October 9  

 

America's Favorite Rogue State, Forbes.com, October 9  

 

Will There Be A War In Asia? Forbes.com, October 2  

 

Too Good to Be True, nytimes.com, October 1  

 

Sixty Years of Chinese Communism, The Wall Street Journal, October 1  

 

China on the March, The Wall Street Journal Europe, October 1  

 

China on the March, The Wall Street Journal Asia, October 1  

 

A Break in China's Communist Wall, Forbes.com, September 25  

 

What's Going on in Pyongyang? The Weekly Standard, September 21  

 

Worse Than A Trade War, Forbes.com, September 18  

 

Obama Adminstration: Calling All Nuclear Criminals, Pajamas Media, September 13  

 

For Tehran, Talk Is Cheap, Forbes.com, September 11  

 

Perverse Incentives for China, Hudson Institute New York, September 10  

 

Will Japan Become A Chinese Colony? Forbes.com, September 4  

 

Ending "Vampire" Tourism in China, Pajamas Media, September 1  

 

Alliance in Peril? Forbes.com, August 28  

 

Kim Dae-jung's Disappointing Legacy, Forbes.com, August 21  

 

India's China Problem, Forbes.com, August 14  

 

Brief Relief From Pyongyang, Forbes.com, August 7  

 

Mr. Clinton Goes to Pyongyang, The Wall Street Journal, August 5  

 

Mr. Clinton Goes to Pyongyang, The Wall Street Journal Asia, August 5  

 

The G-2's First Official Meeting, Forbes.com, July 31  

 

Is North Korea Testing Biological Weapons on Children, Pajamas Media, July 28  

 

Clinton Chooses India, Forbes.com, July 24  

 

Beijing Attacks Foreign Business, And Itself, Forbes.com, July 17  

 

China Silences the Muslim World, Pajamas Media, July 11  

 

Which Is a Better Ally, Russia or China? Forbes.com, July 10  

 

What the Riots in China Really Mean, Forbes.com, July 8  

 

Uighur Riots Highlight a Widening Rift in China, The National, July 8  

 

Did Obama Score a Victory at Sea vs. North Korea? Pajamas Media, July 5  

 

The Coming Trade War with China, Forbes.com, July 3  

 

How to Stop North Korea's Weapons Proliferation, The Wall Street Journal, July 1  

 

Korean War II, The Wall Street Journal Asia, June 30  

 

The Dollar's New Best Friend, The Weekly Standard, June 29  

 

Recovery in China? Not So Fast, Forbes.com, June 26  

 

Kim Jong Il Dares Obama, Pajamas Media, June 21  

 

Seoul-Searching, Forbes.com, June 19  

 

On North Korea, Washington Should Listen to South, Pajamas Media, June 16  

 

The Only Way to Tame N. Korea is Through China, nydailynews.com, June 12  

 

China and the Iron Maiden, Forbes.com, June 12  

 

The Unknown Massacre, The Weekly Standard, June 8  

 

Geithner in Beijing, Forbes.com, June 5  

 

A Nuclear Asia from End to End, Forbes.com, May 29  

 

North Korea Advertises Its Nukes, The Wall Street Journal, May 26  

 

Pyongyang's Proliferation Threat, The Wall Street Journal Asia, May 26  

 

We Have a Chinese Problem, Not a North Korean One, Forbes.com, May 25  

 

Will Taiwan Defect to China? Forbes.com, May 22  

 

North Korea's Body Snatchers, Pajamas Media, May 20  

 

China's Next Bank Crisis, Forbes.com, May 15  

 

Beijing's Propaganda Goes Global, Forbes.com, May 6  

 

Beginning of the End of the Chinese Miracle, Himal SouthAsian, May  

 

So Much for the Stereotype, nytimes.com, April 23  

 

Another Chinese Fib: 6.1% Growth, Forbes.com, April 22  

 

It's Time to Strangle North Korea, Pajamas Media, April 15  

 

China and Russia Get Cozy, National Review Online, April 14  

 

The G-20 Is the New U.N., Forbes.com, April 8  

 

A Missile Shot for Iran, The Wall Street Journal Asia, April 6  

 

Eastern Exposure, National Review, April 6  

 

Busting The Ghost Hackers, Forbes.com, March 30  

 

G-20 Disunity, Hudson Institute New York, March 30  

 

North Korea Gets Ready to Launch, Pajamas Media, March 28  

 

China's Assault On The Dollar, Forbes.com, March 26  

 

Coke Isn't It For China, Forbes.com, March 25  

 

Going Nuclear: Will Russia Stop Iran? Pajamas Media, March 20  

 

China Tests Obama, Pajamas Media, March 17  

 

Stormy Weather In A Chinese Boat, Forbes.com, March 12  

 

China's Military Gets A Hike, Forbes.com, March 11  

 

Totalitarianism at the U.N., Pajamas Media, March 3  

 

How To Expect The Unexpected, Forbes.com, March 3  

 

The Real Burma Problem, Hudson Institute New York, February 26  

 

North Korea's Missile Launch, Forbes.com, February 25  

 

Mrs. Clinton Goes to Asia, Pajamas Media, February 15  

 

Mrs. Clinton Goes To China, Forbes.com, February 11  

 

China Is Susceptible to Currency Pressure, Forbes.com, January 28  

 

Japan's Mounting Discontent, Forbes.com, January 23  

 

Beijing Throws Iran a Lifeline, Hudson Institute New York, January 22  

 

Why China's Communists Love Jimmy Carter, Pajamas Media, January 19  

 

Beijing's Tumultuous Year, Forbes.com, January 6  

 

Russia Supplying Sophisticated Missiles to Iran, Hudson Institute New York, January 5  

 

Thirty Years of Engaging China, Pajamas Media, January 3  

 

 

 

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