Isaac Stone Fish

Isaac Stone Fish


Contributing columnist, Washington Post Global Opinions. Speaker. Senior fellow, Asia Society. Contributor, @CBSN. Visiting Fellow, @GMF.

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Today, an estimated 800,000 people marched in Hong Kong. "I will fight for freedom until I die," June, a 40-year-old protester, told the BBC.

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I'd like to read a piece about how some British politicians -- like Boris Johnson, George Osborne, and Winston Churchill -- move between politics and journalism, where the same thing rarely happens with U.S. politicians.

Ten years ago, the world's leaders met in Copenhagen to try and negotiate a climate change deal. It didn't work out as they planned.

Does anyone know who Xi is meeting with in this photo? I think it's from 2012.

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Breaking: the U.S. and China reportedly "have reached the terms" of a phase 1 trade deal.

Hey folks. I'll be getting off Twitter for the next six weeks to finish the book I'm writing for Knopf about Beijing's influence in America, and how to push back without being racist. (反党和反华不是一回事)Thanks and see you in 2020!

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More than 25 percent of Hong Kong's population of 7.4 million people protested this weekend. By proportion, these are the largest protests in modern history. Absolutely stunning.

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I can't overstate this enough: the NBA runs a training camp in northwest China's Xinjiang, the site of one of the world's worst atrocities.

This is a real photo. Indian students welcome Chinese Chairman Xi Jinping visit to India by wearing a mask of his face. This is one of the creepiest things I've ever seen. h/t @ericfish85 

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I spent six months investigating China's influence in American universities, and I found an epidemic of self-censorship. Most worryingly, Columbia University cancelled several talks because they were afraid of offending the Communist Party.

I'd like to watch a one-act play about Donald Trump's disastrous 1990 trip to Japan.

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