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Uighurs Victims of the Economic Interests of the States

In recent months, the Uighur minority of the Xinjiang Autonomous Region has been a regular feature of the mainstream Western media. Prevented from practicing...

New Star of Taiwan Politics and the Lesson Behind the Phenomenon

Taiwan is preparing for the upcoming local elections. Currently, Han Kuo-yu is a popular figure in Taiwanese politics. For those who are unfamiliar with Taiwanese...

Will Abe’s New Dimension Strategy Reset the Sino-Japanese Relations?

On the 25th of October, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan made the first state visit to China by a Japanese leader in nearly...

Of Half-Elephants. The Beijing Xiangshan Forum and China-US Relations

The foreign policy narrative is often about the elephant in the room. Then again, it may be also about the half-elephant. While the sessions of...

Has Xi Diverted from Deng’s Direction?

The escalation of the Sino-US trade war brought up a debate of whether President Xi Jinping had diverted from Deng Xiaoping’s direction. Deng’s direction...

POW Diplomacy Won’t Ease Tensions Between Cambodia and Washington

Cambodia’s Foreign Ministry has announced that it had offered to resume cooperation in an effort to search for remains of Americans killed during the...

The Emerging Indo-Pacific Security Architecture

The 2017 National Security Strategy of the United States of America placed the Indo-Pacific region at the top of its agenda due to the...

EU Move to End Cambodia’s Free Trade Status Must Be Trigger for Democratic Change

European Union Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström announced on October 5 that the EU had started a review of Cambodia’s duty-free access to European markets,...
Denuclearizing North Korea

Denuclearizing North Korea Is a Big Challenge

Tensions escalated to an alarming level between the United States of America and North Korea during 2017. North Korea kept on test firing missiles...

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