Dan Southerland

Executive Editor, Radio Free Asia

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Executive Editor of the Congressionally funded network Radio Free Asia, which provides news to countries that restrict a free press including China, Burma and North Korea; former Beijing Bureau Chief for the Washington Post (1985-1990)

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President Obama has left for a week in Asia as American influence has been on the decline, while China's influence is increasing.

The President's Trip to Asia: Substance and Symbols

President Obama has left for a week in Asia as American influence has been on the decline, while China's influence is increasing.

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As the US continues to struggle out of recession, Asia currently is regarded as the most economically dynamic place in the world.

The President's Trip to Asia: Substance and Symbols

As the US continues to struggle out of recession, Asia currently is regarded as the most economically dynamic place in the world.

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