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Fruitful Friends: How Australia and Taiwan Can Resist Beijing’s Trade Bullying Together

As China fires the first volley of trade embargos across the strait, Australia’s trade war experience offers valuable lessons for Taipei When Beijing banned imports...
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Is the Milk Tea Turning Sour? How Sino-Indian Geopolitics May Jeopardize the Pan-Asian Democratic...

The Milk Tea Alliance between Southeast Asian nations has so far given their pro-democratic citizens moral and tactical support in a struggle to save...

Theatrics of Securitization in the Indian Ocean: Mapping India in the Indian Ocean

Naval strategist, Alfred Thayer Mahan once stated, “Whoever controls the Indian Ocean will dominate Asia, the destiny of the world will be decided on...

The Quadrilateral Security Dialogue Can Be a Turning Point for Indo-Pacific

The first ‘Quadrilateral Security Dialogue’, also known as the Quad leaders' Virtual Summit, is taking place on March 12. On Tuesday, the Ministry of...
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US-China Economic Competition in the Indo-Pacific and Beyond

During the pandemic, the world increasingly sought to review and renegotiate economic trade agreements. This held implications for India, whose ties with ASEAN nations...
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Can China Secure Global Leadership?

The 2021 Indian Republic Day gallantry awards included a Mahavir Chakra (the second-highest award) to Colonel Santosh Babu, the son of Telangana state and...
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The Future of US-China Relations Under Biden Administration

Joe Biden has taken over the the US Presidency at a time when the country is going through a difficult phase — a deeply...

Biden Administration Moves to Define the Political and Cultural Borders in Technology

A utopian view of sharing information across world cultures was the original idea of the internet. But when it came to the ideology and...
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Has ‘Liuzhi’ Turned Into an Instrument for Lasting Authoritarian Rule of CCP?

In late 2012, Chinese President Xi Jinping launched a “war on corruption,” promising to purge the government and Chinese Communist Party (CCP) of the...

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