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Strife Feature – Cautious waters in an Asian Century: Militarization in the South China Sea in 2017

April 6, 2017

By: Douglas Gray As stakeholders and policy makers work on predictions of the direction the Trump Administration’s foreign policy will take, uncertainty regarding Washington’s moves in the Asia-Pacific has mounted. Overtures from the new administration regarding a $54bn increase in the Pentagon’s military budget next year, a ten percent rise to ‘ensure America wins its … Continue reading “Strife Feature – Cautious waters in an Asian Century: Militarization in the South China Sea in 2017”


What Brexit means for UK-China ties

June 25, 2016

By: Lauren Dickey The people of the United Kingdom have voted to leave the European Union, and it is a bitter pill for many of its friends, partners, and allies to swallow. This is particularly true for China, one of the rising global powers that has invested no shortage of time and energy in nurturing … Continue reading “What Brexit means for UK-China ties”


Is this the end of the Kuomintang in Taiwan? Ma Yingjeou, China, and the KMT electoral defeat

December 22, 2014

By Jeroen Gelsing: Many have observed that Barack Obama’s presidency has aged him beyond his years. As much, if not more, holds true for Taiwanese president Ma Yingjeou. Since coming to power six years ago, deep furrows and dark shadows have marred the 64-year old politician’s once boyish good looks, whose disastrous second term has … Continue reading “Is this the end of the Kuomintang in Taiwan? Ma Yingjeou, China, and the KMT electoral defeat”


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