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China’s Growing “Green” Engagement in MENA
September 19, 2019
China’s Growing “Green” Engagement in MENA
Across the region, China has made targeted and strategic investments in major renewable energy projects.
China’s Growing “Green” Engagement in MENA
Taiwan Warns Against Travel to China, Hong Kong After Detention of Taiwanese Nationals
September 18, 2019
Taiwan Warns Against Travel to China, Hong Kong After Detention of Taiwanese Nationals
Over 1 million Taiwanese nationals could be living or working in China, which remains Taiwan’s largest trading partner.
Taiwan Warns Against Travel to China, Hong Kong After Detention of Taiwanese Nationals
Facing US Ban, Huawei Emerging as Stronger tech Competitor
September 18, 2019
Facing US Ban, Huawei Emerging as Stronger tech Competitor
Huawei Technologies Ltd. is the No. 2 smartphone brand worldwide.
Facing US Ban, Huawei Emerging as Stronger tech Competitor
From Tiananmen to Hong Kong: An Evolution of Protesting in China
September 17, 2019
From Tiananmen to Hong Kong: An Evolution of Protesting in China
The main differences boil down to experiences of freedom, realism, and technology.
From Tiananmen to Hong Kong: An Evolution of Protesting in China
A Lockdown in Central Beijing
September 13, 2019
A Lockdown in Central Beijing
The Chinese capital locked up tourists and business travelers will little advance notice, all for a parade rehearsal.
A Lockdown in Central Beijing
Taiwan Hosts Top Solomon Islands Official Amid Reports of a Diplomatic Switch to Beijing
September 10, 2019
Taiwan Hosts Top Solomon Islands Official Amid Reports of a Diplomatic Switch to Beijing
Solomon islands foreign minister visits Taipei days after a report said a diplomatic switch to Beijing was imminent.
Taiwan Hosts Top Solomon Islands Official Amid Reports of a Diplomatic Switch to Beijing
U.S.-China Trade War and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
September 09, 2019
U.S.-China Trade War and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
A new era is dawning, presaged by dark clouds between the world’s two leading economies.
U.S.-China Trade War and the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Taiwan President Sues Scholars for Alleging Her Doctorate Degree is Fake
September 07, 2019
Taiwan President Sues Scholars for Alleging Her Doctorate Degree is Fake
Tsai Ing-wen is taking legal action against unsubstantiated questioning of the veracity of her diploma as she heads into her bid for re-election.
Taiwan President Sues Scholars for Alleging Her Doctorate Degree is Fake
Patriotic Shift for China’s ‘First Class of School’ TV Program
September 06, 2019
Patriotic Shift for China’s ‘First Class of School’ TV Program
This year’s show opened with video of the Chinese flag being raised across the country.
Patriotic Shift for China’s ‘First Class of School’ TV Program
Why the Mutually Assured Destruction Rhetoric in Hong Kong Is Dangerous
September 06, 2019
Why the Mutually Assured Destruction Rhetoric in Hong Kong Is Dangerous
To pull Hong Kong back from the edge, all potentially influential parties must act – with strategic savvy.
Why the Mutually Assured Destruction Rhetoric in Hong Kong Is Dangerous
A Return to Normal for Beijing and Pyongyang?
September 06, 2019
A Return to Normal for Beijing and Pyongyang?
The chill between the two countries began to dissipate in early 2018 and ties have continued to warm.
A Return to Normal for Beijing and Pyongyang?
Hong Kong Withdraws Extradition Bill That Sparked Protests
September 04, 2019
Hong Kong Withdraws Extradition Bill That Sparked Protests
Is it too little, too late?
Hong Kong Withdraws Extradition Bill That Sparked Protests
Young Students Make Their Voices Heard in Hong Kong
September 04, 2019
Young Students Make Their Voices Heard in Hong Kong
The generation born under Chinese sovereignty in Hong Kong is pushing back on Beijing, too.
Young Students Make Their Voices Heard in Hong Kong
In Hong Kong, The World of <em>Suzie Wong</em> Became a War Zone
September 04, 2019
In Hong Kong, The World of Suzie Wong Became a War Zone
Over the weekend, protesters took over Wanchai District in Hong Kong.
In Hong Kong, The World of Suzie Wong Became a War Zone
Report: Solomon Islands ‘Clearly Leaning’ Toward Changing Recognition From Taipei to Beijing
September 03, 2019
Report: Solomon Islands ‘Clearly Leaning’ Toward Changing Recognition From Taipei to Beijing
The Pacific Island state’s decision to switch would leave Taiwan with just 16 remaining diplomatic allies.
Report: Solomon Islands ‘Clearly Leaning’ Toward Changing Recognition From Taipei to Beijing
Economic Exchange Anchors China-Arab Ties
August 31, 2019
Economic Exchange Anchors China-Arab Ties
The China-Arab States Expo spotlights the growing economic relationship between China and the Middle East.
Economic Exchange Anchors China-Arab Ties
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