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Decoding Xi Jinping’s Speech at the World Health Assembly
May 19, 2020

Decoding Xi Jinping’s Speech at the World Health Assembly

By Valérie Niquet
China is on the defensive amid a global backlash, trying to move the narrative toward Xi’s “shared future for mankind.”
Investigating China: COVID-19 and the CCP
May 19, 2020

Investigating China: COVID-19 and the CCP

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Xun Zhou.

How COVID-19 Challenges Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy
May 18, 2020

How COVID-19 Challenges Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy

By Jeremy Huai-Che Chiang
The pandemic will inevitably affect Tsai’s signature foreign policy -- but not necessarily for the worse.

Australian World Health Assembly Effort to Promote Inquiry on COVID-19 Origins Wins Wide Support
May 18, 2020

Australian World Health Assembly Effort to Promote Inquiry on COVID-19 Origins Wins Wide Support

By Ankit Panda
More than 100 countries have supported the Australian draft resolution calling for an impartial, international inquiry.

Taiwan and the WHO: Ambassador Stanley Kao
May 17, 2020

Taiwan and the WHO: Ambassador Stanley Kao

By Shannon Tiezzi
As the WHA opens, Taiwan's top representative in the United States talks about his country's representation in the global health body.
Interpreting China’s ‘Wolf-Warrior Diplomacy‘
May 15, 2020

Interpreting China’s ‘Wolf-Warrior Diplomacy‘

By Zhiqun Zhu
What explains the sharper tone to China’s overseas conduct recently?

The Precarious Triangle: China, Taiwan, and United States
May 15, 2020

The Precarious Triangle: China, Taiwan, and United States

By Zoe Leung
Taiwan has become the most dangerous flashpoint in U.S.-China relations.
The Forgotten History of South Korean Massacres in Vietnam
May 15, 2020

The Forgotten History of South Korean Massacres in Vietnam

By Hoang Do
In April, Nguyen Thi Thanh became the first Vietnamese to sue South Korea over atrocities that have been largely forgotten.

Calgary Zoo Returning Pandas to China Due to Bamboo Acquisition Barriers
May 14, 2020

Calgary Zoo Returning Pandas to China Due to Bamboo Acquisition Barriers

By Associated Press
Fresh bamboo is difficult to get in Calgary amid the pandemic, so the loaned pandas will be returned to China.

Behind Vietnam’s COVID-19 Response, Deep Distrust of China
May 14, 2020

Behind Vietnam’s COVID-19 Response, Deep Distrust of China

By Bac Pham and Bennett Murray
Despite public health cooperation, analysts say the Vietnamese Communist Party has little trust in the word of its Chinese counterparts.

Why the US Campaign Against Huawei Backfired
May 13, 2020

Why the US Campaign Against Huawei Backfired

By Thomas D. Lairson, David Skidmore, and Wu Xinbo
Why is it that even a government as powerful as the United States is unable to impose its will on a single technology firm?
Friends and Enemies: Making Sense of the CCP’s Overseas Political Interference
May 13, 2020

Friends and Enemies: Making Sense of the CCP’s Overseas Political Interference

By Ankit Panda
What are the ways in which the Chinese Communist Party seeks to protect its interests outside China’s borders?

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