Matt Schiavenza

The Atlantic

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Contributing writer to The Atlantic, where he formerly oversaw the China Channel blog; former international affairs correspondent with the International Business Times in New York City

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The massacre of 17 people at Charlie Hebdo wasn't last Wednesday's only terror attack and it wasn't the deadliest either.

Terrorism: Global and Local

The massacre of 17 people at Charlie Hebdo wasn't last Wednesday's only terror attack and it wasn't the deadliest either.

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Tomorrow’s opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange will be rung by Chinese multi-billionaire Jack Ma, the owner of Alibaba.

Alibaba Goes Public

Tomorrow’s opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange will be rung by Chinese multi-billionaire Jack Ma, the owner of Alibaba.

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During Vice President Joe Biden's recent visit to China, he complained to the highest officials about the treatment of western reporters.

The Challenge of Getting the Truth about China

During Vice President Joe Biden's recent visit to China, he complained to the highest officials about the treatment of western reporters.

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