In light of recent events, the question of how prepared Taiwan might or might not be for a Chinese invasion is likely to come up increasingly often in
The Potentially Grim Future of Taiwan’s Semiconductors
The risk of accidental damage to Taiwan’s semiconductor foundries is often cited as a possible deterrence of any potential Chinese invasion of Taiwan.
Post-Pelosi: Taiwanese Business Under Pressure Over China Links
The recent explosion in tensions between Taiwan, China and the U.S. is already rippling out into high profile business relationships, with Apple
Is China Geopolitically Ghosting the U.S.?
Sixty years ago this October, the Soviet Union and the U.S. almost combined to blow up the world via the Cuban Missile Crisis. It was and is a widely
Hong Kong in a Race to the Bottom of Press Freedom Ranking
Once considered a bastion of press freedom, Hong Kong now ranks below Cambodia and just above Turkey in the World Press Freedom Index Hong Kong fell