Mark Magnier

Mark Magnier is a US correspondent based in Washington. Before joining the Post, he worked for the Wall Street Journal in China and for the Los Angeles Times in India, China and Japan. Along the way, he’s covered the Chinese economy, China and India’s explosive rise and conflicts in Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan, including weeks spent camping out under Saddam Hussein’s bridges.
Mark Magnier
Mark Magnier is a US correspondent based in Washington. Before joining the Post, he worked for the Wall Street Journal in China and for the Los Angeles Times in India, China and Japan. Along the way, he’s covered the Chinese economy, China and India’s explosive rise and conflicts in Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan, including weeks spent camping out under Saddam Hussein’s bridges.

Latest from Mark Magnier

US and China in ideological battle for the future, defence official says

Cooperative steps with allies under consideration to counter expanded Chinese footprint in Asia and Europe.

17 Apr 2019 - 11:24PM

Cooperative steps with allies under consideration to counter expanded Chinese footprint in Asia and Europe.

US and China in ideological battle for the future, defence official says
IMF leader Christine Lagarde praises China’s economic stimulus but warns on debt-heavy ‘Belt and Road’ loans

High on Lagarde’s list of self-inflicted economic wounds is the China-US trade war and its hundred of billions of dollars in tariffs.

12 Apr 2019 - 4:48AM

High on Lagarde’s list of self-inflicted economic wounds is the China-US trade war and its hundred of billions of dollars in tariffs.

IMF leader Christine Lagarde praises China’s economic stimulus but warns on debt-heavy ‘Belt and Road’ loans
Unloved but essential: 40 years on, the Taiwan Relations Act remains flexible, durable and effective

A conference reflects on how a 1979 US law has kept an uneasy cross-strait peace, with ‘strategic ambiguity’ benefiting not only to Taiwan, but China and the US as well.

11 Apr 2019 - 1:22AM

A conference reflects on how a 1979 US law has kept an uneasy cross-strait peace, with ‘strategic ambiguity’ benefiting not only to Taiwan, but China and the US as well.

Unloved but essential: 40 years on, the Taiwan Relations Act remains flexible, durable and effective
China’s growth forecast for 2019 raised by IMF despite trade war and global downturn

International Monetary Fund sees global growth rebound in the second half of the year on easing of trade tensions and impact of economic stimulus in key countries.

10 Apr 2019 - 9:36AM

International Monetary Fund sees global growth rebound in the second half of the year on easing of trade tensions and impact of economic stimulus in key countries.

China’s growth forecast for 2019 raised by IMF despite trade war and global downturn
US semiconductor firms call for more backing from Washington to stay ahead of advancing China

Congress asked to triple government spending on new designs and materials to boost chip performance – which is critical for American economy, defence and technological leadership, companies say in report to Congress.

4 Apr 2019 - 11:05AM

Congress asked to triple government spending on new designs and materials to boost chip performance – which is critical for American economy, defence and technological leadership, companies say in report to Congress.

US semiconductor firms call for more backing from Washington to stay ahead of advancing China