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Taiwan Indicts 2 Communist Party Members Accused of Colluding With China to Influence Elections

Taiwan Indicts 2 Communist Party Members Accused of Colluding With China to Influence Elections

By Christopher Bodeen
Taiwan’s Communist Party has a miniscule influence on elections and public opinion in general, but tends to stage attention-getting demonstrations during polls or surrounding visits by foreign political figures.
Panda Diplomacy: The Departure of DC’s Beloved Pandas May Signal a Wider Chinese Pullback

Panda Diplomacy: The Departure of DC’s Beloved Pandas May Signal a Wider Chinese Pullback

By Ashraf Khalil
The potential end of the U.S. National Zoo's panda era comes amid what veteran China-watchers say is a larger trend of deteriorating relations.

Defining ‘Responsible Behavior’ in Space Is a Growing Necessity

Defining ‘Responsible Behavior’ in Space Is a Growing Necessity

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Amid worsening geopolitical dynamics and contested great power relations, even obvious good behavior needs to be spelled out clearly. 

Social Reengineering in the Name of Security in Xinjiang 

Social Reengineering in the Name of Security in Xinjiang 

By Michael Clarke
The CCP's efforts to transform Xinjiang reflect the near- and long-term imperatives of settler colonialism.

Indonesia Arrests 88 Chinese Nationals Over Online Romance Scams

Indonesia Arrests 88 Chinese Nationals Over Online Romance Scams

By Associated Press
Police believe the suspects are members of a telephone fraud and online love scam syndicate targeting mostly Chinese. 
Growth and Incoherence: BRICS 2023 Summit in South Africa

Growth and Incoherence: BRICS 2023 Summit in South Africa

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
BRICS eyes expansion, but without a coherent agenda. Meanwhile, rhetoric about respect for international law sours beside Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Philippine President Suspends 22 Land Reclamation Projects in Manila Bay After US Airs Concerns

Philippine President Suspends 22 Land Reclamation Projects in Manila Bay After US Airs Concerns

By Jim Gomez
Marcos's order came after the United States expressed public concern over environmental damage from the projects and the involvement of a U.S.-blacklisted Chinese company.
What the PLA Rocket Force Shakeup Means for Taiwan

What the PLA Rocket Force Shakeup Means for Taiwan

By Eric Gomez
Although China’s military has made big strides in a short period of time, it faces persistent challenges such as corruption that hinder both its ability to reform and its ability to effectively fight wars.

Should We Expect a Thaw in China-India Relations Soon? 

Should We Expect a Thaw in China-India Relations Soon? 

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
With Xi possibly visiting India for the G-20 Summit in September, some hope for a tempering of tensions. But that might just be wishful thinking. 

Can China Deliver What Solomon Islands Wants?

Can China Deliver What Solomon Islands Wants?

By Dechlan Brennan
As Honiara denies its new security pact with China poses a threat to the Pacific, it would behoove the West to consider what it is the Solomons want and need from their partners.

Identity Politics in U.S. China Policy Could Backfire

Identity Politics in U.S. China Policy Could Backfire

By Jiachen Shi
In their rhetoric, politicians may emphasize the distinction between the CCP and the people, but this serves to justify increasingly hawkish policies that don’t really consider that division.
China Removes Outspoken Foreign Minister, Fueling Rumors of Rivalries Within the Communist Party

China Removes Outspoken Foreign Minister, Fueling Rumors of Rivalries Within the Communist Party

By Associated Press
Qin Gang has been replaced by his predecessor, Wang Yi, in the foreign minister post amid swirling rumors and very few details.

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