Henry Huang

The Korean Peninsula Will Remain Stable in 2024

As the year 2024 starts, uncertainty looms over Northeast Asia. North Korea’s artillery recently fired on Yeonpyong Island, triggering the evacuation of the civilians...

Death of Prigozhin Shows Putin’s Iron Grip

Almost two months ago, Putin experienced what could be the darkest moment of his regime. Wagner mercenaries, led by Prigozhin, launched a military mutiny...

Military Expansion: A Poison for Putin

Russia has been facing complex challenges from the outside lately. Since Moscow trapped itself in the quagmire of the war in Ukraine, the government...

From Ukraine to Kazakhstan, the Sino-Russia Alliance Isn’t As Stable

As the world fixed its eyes on the war in Ukraine, the government in Beijing was eerily quiet in making any substantial comments.  The...

Economics, The Unavoidable Core of Kazakstan Protest

Kazakhstan suffered greatly from the biggest protest since its independence. As I recently returned to Almaty, I saw that everyday life is heading back...

Chinese Participation in Israel-Palestine Talks May Be the Last Resort for Peace

During the recent conflict in the Gaza strip between Israel and Palestine, one unlikely member of the international community stood out to mediate a...

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