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Self-exiled Chinese Billionaire Guo Wengui Convicted of Fraud in US Court

Self-exiled Chinese Billionaire Guo Wengui Convicted of Fraud in US Court

By Larry Neumeister
Guo won fame for his criticism of the CCP and links to prominent U.S. conservatives. Now he’s been convicted of a massive multiyear racketeering operation.

China’s Show of Force With Belarus Amid NATO Concerns

China’s Show of Force With Belarus Amid NATO Concerns

By Anushka Saxena
As NATO sharpens its focus on China, Beijing is tightening its own military ties to Belarus.
Does Vietnam and Bangladesh’s Cheap Labor Threaten ‘Made in China’ Textiles?

Does Vietnam and Bangladesh’s Cheap Labor Threaten ‘Made in China’ Textiles?

By Andey Ng
Despite rising labor costs and less enthusiasm for factory jobs, e-commerce and domestic consumption provide a future growth model for the massive textile industry in China.

Nippon Ishin no Kai’s Baba Nobuyuki Faces Hard Political Realities in Tokyo and Osaka

Nippon Ishin no Kai’s Baba Nobuyuki Faces Hard Political Realities in Tokyo and Osaka

By Jason Morgan and Kenji Yoshida
An interview with the opposition party leader on the push for political reform and setbacks to the upcoming World Expo in his political stronghold.

Delayed US Arms Transfers to Taiwan: Déjà Vu?

Delayed US Arms Transfers to Taiwan: Déjà Vu?

By Jung-Ming Chang and Che-Jen Wang
The situation recalls the early 1950s, when U.S. arms sales to Taiwan were delayed by other priorities. Unfortunately, Taiwan’s need is much greater today.

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

Russia-Ukraine War Provides New Opportunities For North Korea’s Tank Industry

Russia-Ukraine War Provides New Opportunities For North Korea’s Tank Industry

By A. B. Abrams
Russia’s tank shortages could see North Korea emerge as a supplier of armor to the country – and beyond.

Taking Enhanced Russia-North Korea Ties in Stride

Taking Enhanced Russia-North Korea Ties in Stride

By Lyle Goldstein
In the end, enhanced Russia-North Korea ties should not come as a surprise.
China’s Economy Slowed Last Quarter as Weak Consumer Demand Dragged on Growth

China’s Economy Slowed Last Quarter as Weak Consumer Demand Dragged on Growth

By Elaine Kurtenbach
The second quarter’s 4.7 percent growth was far below the 5.3 percent pace seen in the first quarter of 2024.

Why Did China, Mongolia, and Russia Skip Their Trilateral Leaders’ Summit at This Year’s SCO Gathering?

Why Did China, Mongolia, and Russia Skip Their Trilateral Leaders’ Summit at This Year’s SCO Gathering?

By Sumiya Chuluunbaatar
Instead, a trilateral foreign ministerial level meeting between China, Mongolia, and Russia was held. What does the change mean?

Who Is Han Dong-hoon?

Who Is Han Dong-hoon?

By Eunwoo Lee
South Korea’s ruling People Power Party is riven by internal conflict in the lead up to its national convention, where Han seeks to return as party chief.

Navigating Next-Gen Air Power in the Indo-Pacific

Navigating Next-Gen Air Power in the Indo-Pacific

By Wilder Alejandro Sánchez
The United States’ Indo-Pacific adversaries are already working on their next-generation fighter jets. Washington can’t fall behind.
How Is China’s Global Education Strategy Evolving?

How Is China’s Global Education Strategy Evolving?

By Pippa Ebel
Growing numbers of Chinese universities are drawing students from partner regions such as Africa with science-focused programs. 

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