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Welcome to Washington Observer Weekly, an independent, Chinese-language news magazine that relies on first-hand interviews to create original in-depth news analyses. The magazine focuses on American foreign policies, socioeconomic development, trends in U.S. politics, and Sino-U.S. relations as well as their implications for the Asia/Pacific region, China in particular. Every week, it reaches hundreds of millions of Chinese readers through extensive reprinting and has 350,000 of its own direct subscribers. Washington Observer Weekly is regarded by Chinese scholars and journalists as a leading source of information on the United States.

Its staff reporters and editors include Mainland Chinese and Taiwanese nationals, all professionals dedicated to bringing readers the facts and diverse expert opinions needed to understand American policy and its implications. They write in a way that challenges and inspires the brightest minds among Chinese readers, though in a style that Chinese readers find engaging and enjoyable.

Through its objective and original reporting on American political and social thinking, and on American perceptions of China and its people, Washington Observer Weekly is invaluable to Chinese opinion-makers and policymakers seeking to understand and predict trends within the United States and in Sino-American relations.

Headquartered in Washington, D.C., Washington Observer Weekly stands at the forefront of U.S. news, pursuing independent, unique and original coverage of the United States. It reports on the United States in a way that is accessible to Chinese readers and portrays America and China from an American perspective.. Washington Observer Weekly is non-partisan and non-ideological. It does not carry out any political publicity for any governments, parties, institutions or individuals and has developed a reputation for neutrality and objectivity in international news analysis.

Read the recent Washington Post article on Washington Observer and its sister e-magazines published by the World Security Institute by clicking here. Also, read a New York Times article on Washington Observer and its Russian-language counterpart Washington ProFile by clicking here.

Washington Observer Weekly welcomes sponsorship from foundations and individuals, but does not accept donations from any government, defense or political entity.

Washington Observer Weekly distributes its weekly news magazine directly to over 350,000 readers via e-mail. Currently, the publication offers free subscriptions to individuals. For a free subscription to Washington Observer Weekly, please e-mail , or go to our website and click on the button "Free Subscription" to fill in the questionnaire: http://www.washingtonobserver.org/.

Our staff reporters and editors include Mainland Chinese and Taiwanese nationals, all professionals dedicated to bringing their readers the facts and diverse expert opinions needed to understand American policy and its implications. They write in a way that challenges and inspires the brightest minds among Chinese readers, though in a style that readers find engaging and enjoyable.

Through its objective and original reporting on American political and social thinking, and on American perceptions of China and its people, Washington Observer is invaluable to Chinese opinion-makers and policymakers seeking to understand and predict trends within the United States and in Sino-American relations.

In addition to its e-magazine, Washington Observer is equipped to produce video and audio segments of the highest broadcast quality. Many of our exclusive interviews and other stories will be available for viewing on our website, and others will be produced on special request for exclusive distribution and broadcast.

Visit Washington Observer on-line at http://www.washingtonobserver.org/

Washington Observer has Russian-language (http://www.WashProfile.org), Arabic-language (http://www.Taqrir.org), and Farsi-language (http://www.WashingtonPrism.org) sister e-magazines that are part of the International Media Division of World Security Institute.

Washington Observer periodically carries supplements for World Security Institute China Program which produces the China Security, a quarterly English journal for Washington policy circle.


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