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| Una Hajdari

As Europe revisits wartorn times, Trump lays a minefield

SAUL LOEB/AFP/GETTY IMAGESFrench President Emmanuel Macron and President Trump prior to a meeting in Paris Saturday. World War I is considered to be the first European war to see major US involvement. That’s why it’s…

| Una Hajdari

The price paid by journalists who break the cycle of repression

LESLEY BECKER/GLOBE STAFFADOBE There is a special circle of hell reserved for journalists who “shame” their countries in the foreign press. While authoritarian leaders are not surprised — albeit very irritated — by the international…

| Una Hajdari

Why Ethnic Nationalism Still Rules Bosnia, and Why It Could Get Worse

Sectarianism was baked into the 1995 Dayton Agreement—but now, with the rise of nationalism across Europe, there are fewer brakes on it from the EU. By Una Hajdari and Michael Colborne From Donald Trump to Hungary’s Viktor Orbán…

| Una Hajdari

An assault on American intelligence

General Michael Hayden took questions from the audience and from Joel Brenner (right), who was a former senior counsel at the NSA and head of U.S. counterintelligence under the director of National Intelligence. Brenner is…

| Una Hajdari

Renaming Macedonia in the Age of Nationalism

Not as easy as it sounds. “How would you feel if your neighbor told you your nation was an artificial construct?” Macedonian foreign minister Nikola Dimitrov asked in a speech to the European Parliament in…

| Audrey Jiajia Li

Chinese social media storm over reporter’s eye-roll highlights impatience with staged political events

When I covered the “two sessions” – the annual meetings of the National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference – for the first time as a local television journalist nearly 10 years ago, I didn’t realise how much…

| Audrey Jiajia Li

Blackface skit on TV gala a sign that rising China needs to combat racial and ethnic stereotyping

For many Chinese, watching the state broadcaster China Central Television’s annual Spring Festival Gala, allegedly the most-viewed show on Earth, has been a Lunar New Year’s Eve ritual since the early 1980s. Enthusiastically promoted by…

| Audrey Jiajia Li

‘Fire and Fury’ sheds light on Trump’s change of heart on China policies

For those who have paid attention to then-candidate, then-president-elect, then-President Donald Trump’s rhetoric on China, the change could not have been more dramatic. In 2015, candidate Trump referred to China as an enemy,saying “they have…

| Audrey Jiajia Li

A #MeToo movement in China starts with letting women say ‘no’ to offensive content

Audrey Jiajia Li says Chinese society has a long way to go when the victims of sexual harassment are blamed and those who seek equality are demonised as part of the ‘white left’. In late…