Keith B. Richburg

Keith B. Richburg, a former Washington Post correspondent and foreign editor, is director of the University of Hong Kong's Journalism and Media Studies Centre.

  • Trump's 'war on media' reverberates in Asia

    Region's strongmen endanger prosperity with press crackdowns

  • China ascendant, US floundering

    Xi looks unassailable as Communist party congress opens thanks to Trump's missteps

  • A bad year for free press in Asia

    The exclusion of BBC World Service from Hong Kong marks another blow to factual reporting

  • White House dysfunction ensnares the world

    Trump's generals can redirect US policy but no one can fill the vacancy at the top

  • North Korea looms over Xi-Trump summit

    Trade could fall by the wayside as both parties tussle over rogue state

  • Hong Kong's new chief executive starts on a tightrope

    Carrie Lam must balance calls for more democracy with Beijing's interests

  • Trump's North Korea credibility crisis

    Tough talk on Pyongyang falls flat as domestic scandals linger

  • Flynn resignation adds to chaos in Trump White House

    Washington upheaval may complicate detente with Russia for US and Japan

  • 'Abduction' threatens Hong Kong role as financial haven

    Disappearance of billionaire Chinese resident raises fresh fears about rule of law

  • Obama's fraught foreign policy legacy in Asia

    The outgoing US president achieved some successes, but left much unfinished

  • New China policy may give Trump and the US an early win

    Trump's bold moves on China may be one of the few bright spots in his forthcoming presidency

  • Trump triumphs on popular disaffection

  • Depressing US election takes a tawdry turn

  • Debate loser Trump may yet surprise

  • Hong Kong's electoral 'youthquake'

  • Asia faces big changes, whoever wins the White House

  • Names, labels and other deadly weapons

  • Brexit's Lessons for ASEAN

  • Start worrying now about President Trump

  • US looks set for a nasty presidential election