A Diplomatic Tightrope: Taiwan’s Stance on the Israel-Hamas War
By Philip Hou
Taiwan must stand up for Palestine, otherwise it may face the same fate as Gaza – and a potentially silent international community.
Xinjiang vs Gaza: The West’s Shifting Definition of ‘Genocide’
By Juan Alberto Ruiz Casado
The Global North’s foreign policy has a glaring contradiction regarding China’s abuses in Xinjiang and Israel’s in Palestine.
Israel’s Assault on Gaza Echoes the British Raj’s Response to the Revolt of 1857
By Bilal Ahmad Tantray
From Delhi in 1857 to Gaza in 2023, the colonial playbook remains largely unchanged.
Can Japan Thread the Needle on the Israel-Hamas Conflict?
By William M.Z. Fujii
The geopolitical picture increasingly resembles that of 1973 – a traumatic experience that Japan wants to avoid reliving.
China Urges US to Play Constructive Role in Gaza Diplomacy
By Associated Press
China’s Foreign Ministry accused Washington of preventing U.N. Security Council action on the crisis in Gaza.
Why China Must Pay Attention to the Israel-Palestine Conflict
By Mu Chunshan
Beijing wants to remain neutral on the Israel-Palestine issue, but Chinese public opinion is increasingly polarized.