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Rick Dunham
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Co-Director, Global Business Journalism Program, Tsinghua University
Co-Director, Global Business Journalism Program, Tsinghua University

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My take on Michael Flynn's sudden departure from the National Security Council ~ and what comes next.

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Do you know anyone looking for a graduate journalism program? I strongly recommend the Global Business Journalism Program at Tsinghua University in Beijing. Of course, I'm biased. I'm co-director.

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Here's a mini-documentary on my Global Business Journalism Program at Tsinghua University produced by second-year student Simone Martin. Feel free to share it with anyone you know who is contemplating graduate studies in journalism.

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How did Donald Trump get so far, so quickly, in American politics? I try to explain the politico-cultural phenomenon through four infographics.

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Going into the final days of the election, Clinton leads in 16 of the battleground groups I identified, Trump leads in 14, and one is tied.

The momentum at the end is with Trump. Trump is gaining ground with 19 of these 31 battleground groups, while Clinton has improved her standing with 10 of them.

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Welcome to 2016, and one political party's presidential nominee used Ronald Reagan as the inspiration at her convention. The other harkened back to the fearful days of the first "America First" movement in the shadow of Hitler's rise, the walled-off America promises of Senator Smoot and Representative Hawley, and the hot-button racial rhetoric (if we judge by his approving tweets) of David Duke.

This is not an America I expected to be covering ... or living in. It's a world in which the optimistic legacies of Ronald Reagan and Franklin D. Roosevelt and Bill Clinton and George W. Bush unite against the dark knight of the new American order, Donald Trump.

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A day of powerful speeches and powerful images. Hillary Clinton may be a flawed candidate, but the third day of her nominating convention was close to flawless.

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Day 2 #DemConvention  analysis featuring cameo appearances by Ron Fournier, Jonathan Allen, Frank Luntz and Donny Ferguson.

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Michelle Obama delivered a fine speech, and Bernie Sanders was gracious. Will it help Hillary Clinton? My Day One analysis.

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What does Hillary Clinton need to accomplish at the Democratic convention? Improve her standing with blue-collar whites, young voters and undecided voters who dislike both major-party nominees. That's a start.
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