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    Tom Fowdy
    Tom Fowdy is a British political and international relations analyst and a graduate of Durham and Oxford universities. He writes on topics pertaining to China, the DPRK, Britain, and the U.S.
    March 31, 2022
    ?Is America's economic performance as great as it looks?
    The U.S. economy is being tested by soaring inflation, mounting uncertainties, and an exposure of structural inequality.
    March 21, 2022
    When it comes to COVID-19, science matters
    Faced by the second-ever worst outbreak of COVID-19 though, China seeks only scientific means to address the pandemic in order to save lives.
    March 16, 2022
    Cooperation key to future of China-ROK relations
    For 30 years, China and South Korea have pursued close trade and investment ties. Going forward, they should continue to pursue mutually cooperative relations.
    March 14, 2022
    What is China's foreign policy looking for?
    At a recent press conference, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi outlined how, through its foreign policy, China seeks to uphold multilateralism and works with all peace-loving countries to strengthen solidarity and cooperation.
    March 6, 2022
    Paralympics: A symbol of hope and triumph
    A recently released white paper by the Chinese government outlines how progress in parasports marks a vivid reflection of the development and progress of human rights in China as well as the promotion of the common values of humanity.
    March 1, 2022
    America is not a beacon of human rights
    China recently released its annual "Report on Human Rights Violations in the United States," which, through extensive detail and research, seeks to highlight Washington's hypocrisy and double standards.
    February 28, 2022
    China's economy will serve as an anchor of stability in 2022
    Amid global economic uncertainties, China is pushing for a different path from Cold War politics, division and confrontation, and investors around the world have responded positively.
    February 21, 2022
    Successful Beijing 2022 is a symbol of human solidarity
    On Sunday evening, Beijing bid farewell to the Winter Olympics. The Games were a resounding success, which showcases just how far China has come.
    February 19, 2022
    Lessons of the Mao-Nixon meeting should never be forgotten
    Some U.S. politicians have sought to rewrite the legacy of the Mao-Nixon meeting 50 years ago as a fateful mistake. We'd be wise instead to remember it for what it was: an innovative, pragmatic, and forward-thinking way to establish a new bilateral relationship.
    February 16, 2022
    US 'stands with the people of Afghanistan'… by stealing their money?
    In seizing Afghanistan's financial reserves, the U.S. has pushed the country closer to a humanitarian crisis.
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