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Washington Examiner, May 8, 2017

Haters of President Trump are not known for their capacity for self-criticism. Having waged all-out, nasty battles to defeat him last November, they have decided to blame anyone but themselves for their failure. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton blames Russian hacking and FBI Director James Comey for her electoral loss. The mainstream media, which largely dispensed with any pretense of objectivity in the last election, blames the Trump administration for its hostility toward them.

Other Trump opponents, including right-wing foreign policy professionals who declared Trump unfit for office, are now busy evaluating whether Trump is “normalizing,” or becoming more like them.

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Washington Examiner, April 27, 2017

–Commentary by Ying Ma

Talking heads on television and so-called experts in the Washington policy community concluded long ago that President Trump has no cogent foreign policy and merely changes his mind from one moment to the next.

In recent days, they have pointed to early steps by the Trump administration, on China, Syria and NATO, as proof that Trump is infinitely malleable on policy matters.

While Trump arrived in office with relatively few policy details and is far less ideologically-dogmatic than his predecessors, he did outline on the campaign trail guiding principles for his approach to dealing with the world. For those who were paying attention to what he said rather than sneering at his candidacy, his evolving policy positions are not all that surprising.

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Reagan Ranch Center, October 5, 2013

Ying Ma spoke about liberty, conservatism and foreign policy at the Road to Freedom Seminar held at the Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara, California. Hosted by the Young America’s Foundation, the conference was attended by college students from around the country.

In her talk, Ying Ma discussed the schism within the GOP between the so-called isolationists and internationalists; highlighted conservatism’s emphasis on prudence and skepticism of large government undertakings, including in foreign interventions; and noted that “esoteric, intellectual debates” are very important for articulating a coherent conservative foreign policy.

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Reagan Ranch Center, July 19, 2013

Ying Ma spoke at the Road to Freedom Seminar at the Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara, California. Hosted by the Young America’s Foundation, the conference was attended by college students from around the country. In her talk, Ying Ma emphasized the need for a Reaganite approach to foreign policy, offered a critique of the foreign policies of Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama and highlighted conservatism’s warnings against large government undertakings, including in foreign interventions.

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