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Nathan VanderKlippe

Nathan VanderKlippe
Asia Correspondent
Asia Correspondent

Nathan VanderKlippe is the Asia correspondent for The Globe and Mail. 

He was previously a print and television correspondent in Western Canada based in Calgary, Vancouver and Yellowknife, where he covered the energy industry, aboriginal issues and Canada’s north.

He is the recipient of a National Magazine Award and a Best in Business award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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Trump commits weight of U.S. foreign policy to gut feeling that Kim will act in good faith
Kim Jong-un pledges ‘complete denuclearization’ as Trump suspends war games
Ahead of summit, North Korea and U.S. raise hopes of a new era of Korean denuclearization
In North Korea’s bid to strengthen new market economy, Kim Jong-un may have to make nuclear concessions
China on a full court press for basketball
Air Canada signs Air China joint venture; says unrelated to Taipei relisting
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Floating solar power installation project a potent symbol of change in China Subscriber content
‘Any company could die overnight’: China’s online services struggle with rising censorship demands
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Unpublished Chinese censorship document reveals sweeping effort to eradicate online political content
In China, classroom cameras scan student faces for emotion, stoking fears of new form of state monitoring
Canada ‘does not censor’ social-media posts in China: Foreign Affairs official
Beijing censoring social-media messages in China from Western embassies
With summit cancellation, China reclaims strategic influence over North Korea
Bright side of the moon: China launches pioneering mission to explore valuable source of solar energy
China warns Canada to abandon ‘prejudice’ after Ottawa blocks Aecon deal
Studying Rundi, Estonian and Persian in China: As Beijing seeks global influence, its classrooms are bringing in world languages
Docile no more, North Korea threatens to withdraw from summit with U.S.
China detaining hundreds of thousands of Uyghurs in prison-like centres: report
Huawei’s partnership with China on surveillance technology raises concerns for foreign users