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China’s Rise in the Global South

China’s Rise in the Global South

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Dawn Murphy.

Xi Jinping’s Ideologization of the Chinese Academy 

Xi Jinping’s Ideologization of the Chinese Academy 

By Daniel Fu
Several policy measures and guiding documents issued by Beijing have indicated a decisive shift toward political indoctrination and insularity in Chinese universities.
Caught Between Allies: China’s North Korea Dilemma

Caught Between Allies: China’s North Korea Dilemma

By Anny Boc
Rapprochement between Moscow and Pyongyang has caused mixed feelings in Beijing, as China’s own relations with North Korea are far from close.

India’s Spurning Strategy Toward China: Contestation in Indo-Pacific 

India’s Spurning Strategy Toward China: Contestation in Indo-Pacific 

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
As far as China-India bilateral relations are concerned, New Delhi has sent repeated signals that it will stick to its position that relations can’t improve until the border mess is cleared up.

Philippines Has ‘Secretly Reinforced’ South China Sea Outpost, Report Claims

Philippines Has ‘Secretly Reinforced’ South China Sea Outpost, Report Claims

By Sebastian Strangio
The BRP Sierra Madre, a warship grounded on a shoal in the Spratly Islands, has become the focus of growing tensions with China.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

How Did China, India, and the BRICS Approach the Swiss Peace Summit on the Russia-Ukraine War?

How Did China, India, and the BRICS Approach the Swiss Peace Summit on the Russia-Ukraine War?

By Abhilash Kolekar
None of the BRICS countries endorsed the Joint Communiqué. Can they provide an alternative pathway to peace?

China Sets the Stage for the Third Plenum by Unveiling Financial Reforms and Monetary Policy Direction 

China Sets the Stage for the Third Plenum by Unveiling Financial Reforms and Monetary Policy Direction 

By Lizzi C. Lee
At the Lujiazui Forum, China’s central bank chief hinted at an expanded monetary policy toolkit, while the CSRC chair emphasized support for “hard tech” and the fostering of patient capital.
Malaysian PM Says China a ‘True Friend’ and Not to be Feared as Chinese Premier Ends Visit

Malaysian PM Says China a ‘True Friend’ and Not to be Feared as Chinese Premier Ends Visit

By Associated Press
As China’s Li Qiang wrapped up his visit, Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim dismissed concerns that Beijing sought to “abuse its privilege and extort” Malaysia.

The West Is Laser-Focused on Central Asia’s Middle Corridor. So Is China.

The West Is Laser-Focused on Central Asia’s Middle Corridor. So Is China.

By Wilder Alejandro Sánchez
For more commodities to move west from Central Asia, better infrastructure, more inter-agency cooperation, and modern customs systems are necessary. 

Philippine Military Demands Return Equipment of Seized by China During Maritime Clash

Philippine Military Demands Return Equipment of Seized by China During Maritime Clash

By Sebastian Strangio
The Philippine military has also released video footage of Monday's incident in the South China Sea, which injured eight Filipino sailors, one seriously.

Beyond the Blame Game: De-risking Through Strengthened Asia-Pacific Cooperation

Beyond the Blame Game: De-risking Through Strengthened Asia-Pacific Cooperation

By Siwei Huang
Strategic competition with China is of vital national interest to the United States, and that is precisely why feedback from Asian allies and partners matters.
China and the Philippines Inch Closer to Conflict in the South China Sea

China and the Philippines Inch Closer to Conflict in the South China Sea

By Sebastian Strangio
After eight Philippine marines were injured in a melee with Chinese forces this week, some are questioning the response of Manila's foreign allies.

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