William JonesWilliam Jones has been the Washington Bureau Chief for the Executive Intelligence Review (EIR).
Expertise : International Politics; Macro economy
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William Jones has been the Washington Bureau Chief for the Executive Intelligence Review (EIR) since 1994. He has studied China and Eurasian Landbridge in recent 20 years. He has started his research on China’s Belt and Road Initiative since 2013. He is the co-author of the EIR report Form the Silk Road to a World Landbridge.
William Jones: Debunking the myths about China
Editor’s notes: With China-U.S. trade talks underway at the White House on January 30-31,2019, William Jones, Washington Bureau Chief for the Executive Intelligence Review, and Non-resident Senior Fellow of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China, was interviewed by LaRouchePAC Website, discussing the urgent need for a commitment to “win-win” relations between the United States and China, and the necessity of debunking the myths that Americans are being told about China and its commitment to science and technological progress. The following is an excerpt text of the interview....2019-02-15
U.S. should work with other nations to realize the common aims of mankind
The establishment of US-China relations 40 years ago was at the same time the revitalization of a relationship that stretched back nearly to the founding of the United States. The first American ship to arrive in China, the Empress of China, docked in Guangzhou in 1784, three years after the American Revolution. ...2019-01-14
Winds of change in the Atlantic alliance: An era of Trump and Brexit
With 2018 drawing to a close, it is time to review the many ups and downs that occurred in the international community. Among others, the U.S.-EU relations have been thrown into the spotlight, making the world wonder if the good old alliance is on the brink of breaking. In this article for CGTN, William Jones, the Washington bureau chief for the Executive Intelligence Review, and non-resident senior fellow of Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China, shares his insights. ...2018-12-24
Can the mid-term divide help bring the country together?
As was predicted, the Democrats succeeded in winning a majority in the House of Representatives in the mid-term elections on November 6. But the Republicans not only held on to their majority in the Senate, as was also generally predicted, but they also increased it. And yet what looks like a potential for more gridlock in Washington, and even more turbulence in governance, this result may indeed be a means of bringing together a divided electorate....2018-11-12
Decaying infrastructure: The source of US 'decline'
The decline of the US infrastructure in real terms is obvious to anyone with eyes to see. Our roads are filled with potholes, our railroads are slow and uncomfortable, (often dangerous), and our bridges are collapsing. But the cause is not, as President Donald Trump has been persuaded to believe, some "trade deficit" with China....2018-10-23
Growing China Bias Makes The Truth Hard To Find
Recent allegations raised by a lengthy Bloomberg article on October 4 claimed that intricate spyware had been placed on equipment utilized by Apple and Amazon by PLA hackers and had been distributed by them to 30 different U.S. companies, including the U.S. Government thus jeopardizing their cybersecurity. The story was said to be based on “extensive interviews with government and corporate sources”, although no names were mentioned....2018-10-16
Too much 'irrational exuberance' over US recovery
If you put your faith in President Donald Trump's numerous "tweets" you would think that everything is just coming up roses with the US economy. "The US has double the growth rate than it had eight months ago," the President tweeted on August 17....2018-09-03
How Many Soybeans Can the Europeans Eat?
A trade deal between the European Union and the U.S. is said to be in the works, causing a temporary relaxation of tensions between the two....2018-08-03
"2016: G20 and China"
This book from the "history" of the G20's past and present, a comprehensive discussion of the G20's origin and role, agenda,
The decline of the US infrastructure in real terms is obvious to anyone with eyes to see. Our roads are filled with potholes, our railroads are slow and uncomfortable, (often dangerous), and our bridges are collapsing. But the cause is not, as President Donald Trump has been persuaded to believe, some "trade deficit" with China.