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Entries by Murray Fromson from 12/2013

A Retrospective

| Posted 12.16.2013 | World

Following a month-long return to the memories of my Cold War years of reporting in Southeast Asia, life in Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Hong Kong exposed me to an economic revival of these countries that have put the animosities of the past to rest.

A Grim, Yet Satisfying, Return Visit to Cambodia

| Posted 12.19.2013 | World

Having returned to Cambodia more than once in the post-Cold War era, my wife and I were surprisingly impressed by the extent to which this once battle-torn country was now coming to life, placing the memories of its past well behind it.

Hong Kong, China and the Mythology of The Cold War

| Posted 12.28.2013 | World

In my view, is the time for American leaders, beginning with our president, to lead the nation past the cliché-ridden images o the Cold War. Clearly, China is out of the box and we had better recognize how misleading policies of the past have warped public opinion for too long.

Hong Kong: Memories of the Past and Realities of Today

| Posted 12.28.2013 | World

Hong Kong is such a picturesque outpost on the face of Asia that having lived there, it is impossible to ever forget it.