Michelle Tham
Michelle Tham
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Fiscal Cliff: As Bush Tax Cuts Expire, Obama Second Term Calls For Real Change

Will the next Obama administration be a game-charger, or just another four years of the status quo?

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Bloomberg Obama Endorsement: Global Warming Suddenly a Hot Election Issue

Climate change policies seem to have fallen off the map due to the lack of media attention which could potentially link Hurricane Sandy to global warming.
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Obama vs Romney: On China, Both Candidates Fall Woefully Short

During the third presidential debate, it became clear that neither Obama nor Romney has a solid, distinct China policy.
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China Human Rights Violations: Chinese Government Crackdown Reveals on Protesters Reveals Class Divide

The Chinese government allows or cracks down on protests against environmental pollutants, depending on who is protesting and where they live.
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Japan: Can the Land of the Rising Sun Rise Again?

There are economical and external factors that Japan must solve in order to revive its resilience.
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Chinese Government Crackdown on Facebook and Twitter is Smart

How has the internet revolutionized the way China formulates its policies?

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Hong Kong Election Results: Hu Jin Tao and China Have Stolen Democracy From Hong Kong

The inauguration of Hong Kong's new leader has sparked pro-democracy protests in the autonomous region of China.
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Citizens United Just Will Not Die in the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has actually reaffirmed its 2010 Citizens United ruling even before it struck down Montana's campaign finance law this week.

China Spaceship Launch Sparks 21st Century Space Race

China's achievement in space exploration raises strategic considerations for the global community, particularly the United States.