Country

China

The Argentina-China Relationship at Its Worst Historical Moment

The Argentina-China Relationship at Its Worst Historical Moment

By Patricio Giusto
It was clear that the election of Javier Milei was the worst possible scenario for China, and the nightmare became a reality in the worst way.

The Quad: Responding to China’s Moves Into the Indian Ocean

The Quad: Responding to China’s Moves Into the Indian Ocean

By NAGAO Satoru
To counter China’s advances, it is important to avoid creating a power vacuum.
Indonesia’s Evolving Perception of China

Indonesia’s Evolving Perception of China

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
The latest survey from the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute reflected the country's moderately positive, though still ambivalent, attitude towards China.

China’s New Approach to Data Policy: Here to Stay or Here for Now? 

China’s New Approach to Data Policy: Here to Stay or Here for Now? 

By Hannah Feldshuh
China’s revised regulations leave its fundamental data policy conundrum unresolved: Should it prioritize control or economic growth?

Philippine President Denies Secret Agreement On South China Sea

Philippine President Denies Secret Agreement On South China Sea

By Sebastian Strangio
Ferdinand Marcos Jr. says that he is "horrified" by the prospect that his predecessor brokered a "gentleman's agreement" with Beijing over the maritime disputes.

China Reaches out to Russia, North Korea as US Cements Trilateral Partnership With Japan, Philippines

China Reaches out to Russia, North Korea as US Cements Trilateral Partnership With Japan, Philippines

By Shannon Tiezzi
This week, China hosted Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and is sending its third-ranking leader to North Korea.

Taiwan’s Former President Meets Xi Jinping During China Trip

Taiwan’s Former President Meets Xi Jinping During China Trip

By Brian Hioe
Ma Ying-jeou of the opposition KMT held a second meeting with Xi Jinping – his first as a private citizen – during an 11-day trip to China.
The Demographic Costs of a War Over Taiwan

The Demographic Costs of a War Over Taiwan

By Fuxian Yi
China’s population is already shrinking. The further demographic consequences of a Taiwan invasion would be devastating.

China’s Xi Jinping Meets With Russian Foreign Minister in Show of Support

China’s Xi Jinping Meets With Russian Foreign Minister in Show of Support

By Associated Press
As Japan’s prime minister visited Washington, China showcased its partnership with Russia.

Self-kidnappings by Chinese Students Abroad: Mystery Solved

Self-kidnappings by Chinese Students Abroad: Mystery Solved

By Magnus Fiskesjö
The puzzle presented by these incidents can only be understood in the context of China’s police brutality and growing transnational repression.

Biden to Warn China on South China Sea, Report Claims

Biden to Warn China on South China Sea, Report Claims

By Sebastian Strangio
The U.S. president is set to deliver the warning at this week's trilateral summit with the leaders of Japan and the Philippines.
TikTok in the Age of Decoupling

TikTok in the Age of Decoupling

By Nico Han
While the ban seems inevitable amid deepening distrust, removal of TikTok from the U.S. market will not solve the disinformation problem.

Page 1 of 409