The career of former Asia Media International staff editor and highly regarded LMU ’20 student Michelle Nguyen continues to proceed apace. The U.S. Congressional Office of Rep. Katie Porter – the nationally known law professor and attorney, serving as the U.S. Representative for California’s 45th congressional district since 2019 –…Full Article FORMER AMI STUDENT STAFFER JOINS OFFICE OF REP. KATIE PORTER (D-CA)
The season of Christmas means different things to different people. But to very few does it mean absolutely nothing at all. From the religious to the retailer, this season is unique. At its best it reminds us all of our common humanity; at worst, it reminds us of our global…Full Article A SEASONED MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM STUDENT STAFFERS AND FACULTY ADVISORS OF ASIA MEDIA INTERNATIONAL
TOM PLATE WRITES — American foreign policy rarely rises to the level of coherence recommended by its policy intellectuals and thoughtful diplomats; but without their persistence, it would be bereft of any coherence at all. When World War Two ended, for example, the American establishment came to rally around the containment…Full Article CHINA-US RELATIONS: NO FORCE CAN CONTAIN CHINA EXCEPT BEIJING
The public is invited to a discussion of the issues of the Korean Peninsula by the Founder and President of Asia Media International – see above.Full Article PASADENA: FREE PUBLIC LECTURE ON KOREA AT A CROSSROADS
ASIA MEDIA INTERNATIONAL WRITES — The prestigious Lee Kuan Yew has officially released the video of a presentation on 22 May at its National University of SIngapore campus on the topic of China and the United States. The presenter was Loyola Marymount University Clinical Professor Tom Plate, and the moderator…Full Article SINGAPORE: PRESTIGIOUS LEE KUAN YEW SCHOOL PRESENTS A JOURNALIST-PROF’S PERSPECTIVE ON CHINA
THIS TOM PLATE COLUMN APPEARS COURTESY OF THE SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST, WHERE IT FIRST APPEARED 9 NOVEMBER: China’s new focused diplomacy, as viewed in an off-balance U.S., is close to remarkable. After all the past foreign-policy fog, through which it was sometimes hard to see where Beijing stood, we…Full Article CHINA/U.S.: SHOULD THE XI JINPING CHARM OFFENSIVE SOUND AN ALARM?