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What Does China Really Want?

The 73rd National Day of China on Oct. 1 brings a new reflection on its global purpose. Its future orientations remain mired in both...

Beijing’s Scramble for Soft Power Resurrection

China's media sway and influence-seeking drive throughout the world have been gaining intensity and scope, as underlined by the recent report from Freedom House....

Can Britain Escape Its Colonial Past?

The passing of Queen Elizabeth II generated a new opening in global outlook and debate on Britain's colonial past, creating a pretext for nations...

Malaysia’s China Dilemma

Decades of progress are expected to yield the desired outcome in charting Malaysia's own autonomous and independent orientation of survival and interests but as...

Is Beijing’s Grip on Malaysia and the Region Inevitable?

Will Malaysia's true essence of Independence, recently celebrated in its 65th anniversary, be lost in the wave of ignorance, entrenched by the grip of...

Is Pelosi’s Trip Strategically Justified?

The Cross-Strait tensions have been decades in the making, and Pelosi's decision to defy stark threats and warnings from Beijing marks a new milestone...

Misfiring Countermeasures and the Impact of Declining Deterrence

Unsolved security dilemmas and fragility in confidence building measures and conflict prevention architecture will continue to herald a new phase of risky ambiguity and...

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