Isaac Stone Fish
Isaac Stone Fish is an international affairs analyst on PRI's The World. He is also a senior fellow at the Asia Society's Center on US-China Relations, a contributor on CBSN, and a journalist who regularly writes for places like The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and Slate. Stone Fish previously served as the Asia Editor at Foreign Policy Magazine, and a Beijing correspondent for Newsweek. He is currently writing a bleak, bleak novel about Kim Jong-un and Donald J. Trump.
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Rebel Pepper fled China for Japan and then Washington, DC, to escape charges of subversion because of his cartoons.
COMMENTARY: Chinese state media often hypes American problems and foibles to redirect attention away from China’s poor human rights records. And yet, when it comes to American gun violence, it takes a measured tone.
A spokesperson for former British Prime Minister David Cameron said the fund will “invest in innovative and sustainable growth opportunities in both the UK and China to create jobs and further boost trade links.”