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World Migratory Bird Day: Protecting Birds from Harmful PlasticMay 11, 2019 — Coastal Wetlands, Conservation
Insuring to Ensure Green BuildingsMay 6, 2019 — Green Buildings
Marking Earth Day 2019April 22, 2019 — Conservation
Jiayang Fan Talks US-China Journalism at Paulson InstituteApril 29, 2019
Paulson Institute to Support Beijing’s Sustainable Development with New MOUApril 9, 2019
Gyude Moore Talks China-Africa Relations at Paulson InstituteMarch 5, 2019
“Bloomberg’s economic forum invited to Beijing” Hank Paulson CommentsMay 20, 2019 — Financial Times
“As Trump escalates China trade dispute, economic ties lose stabilizing force in matters of national security” Hank Paulson CitedMay 19, 2019 — Washington Post
“The 10-minute interview: Joy Dantong Ma on why Trump is targeting Huawei”May 17, 2019 — Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
“Henry Paulson Joins “Face the Nation””
CBS News: Face The Nation
“Calls to harden the West’s defences against China suggest despair” Neil Thomas Cited
“China’s new panda park will be three times bigger than Yellowstone” Rose Niu Comments
“China central bank says no need for easing after tariff hike” Houze Song Comments
South China Morning Post
Joy Dantong Ma Cited in Lawfare SinoTech Newsletter
“Extent of China Text Changes a Reason for Concern on Trade Deal: Lehr”
“China’s rust belt cities shrouded in uncertainty as exhausted natural resources shake China’s foundations” Houze Song Cited
“China’s Northeastern rust belt was once ‘eldest son’, now struggling as runt of the litter” Houze Song Comments
Dinny McMahon: “The Real Stimulus Choice in China”
Bloomberg News—By Dinny McMahon
Joy Dantong Ma Cited in FT Tech Scroll Asia Technology Newsletter
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