Rebecca Blumenstein

Wall Street Journal

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Rebecca Blumenstein is Deputy Editor-in-Chief, and former Beijing Bureau Chief, for the Wall Street Journal.

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Fake news isn't new. It's about as old as news itself.

The way forward in a post-truth world

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"Beijing Welcomes the World" is the slogan everywhere in China's capital with the  Summer Olympic s scheduled to start just over a month from today.

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