In the land where the Olympic auspices now regularly give cover to the destruction of peoples, the Asian Games commenced in Hangzhou on September 23
Earlier this month, the American ambassador to Pakistan visited the port of Gwadar, the center of China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) projects in
In his run for the job of president of Taiwan, Terry Gou (郭台銘), one of Taiwan’s richest businessmen, has called for the revival of economic and
Marina Yue Zhang, University of Technology Sydney Earlier this year, China updated its anti-espionage law amid an intensifying rivalry with the
Taiwan is currently in the process of buying and building thousands of military drones in an attempt to deter a Chinese invasion of its territory.
South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol has introduced a profound shift in the country’s foreign policy, aligning it more closely with the United States.
In Hong Kong, you cannot buy the books you want your children to read, sell the books you believe readers will enjoy, exchange loose coins for your
Analysts say at least two new hulls of Chinese-owned giant Zubr-class hovercraft have recently appeared in social media imagery, putting the PLA’s
As the world’s largest bilateral lender, China faces challenges in dealing with the debt distress of some of its borrowers under the Belt and Road
Poster child for the kowtow, Apple has generously accommodated the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) over the years: disabling an app that helped Hong
In the land where ministers and rocket men are disappearing one by one and national television lionizes the coming together of dictators, plans are
On Wednesday we looked at why the Pentagon recently launched a program called Replicator, which aims to develop and manufacture in only two years