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Hints of Chinese Naval Ambitions in the 2020s
December 25, 2020

Hints of Chinese Naval Ambitions in the 2020s

By Rick Joe
All military forces have a desired force requirement and a desired “critical mass” to aspire toward. What does the 14th five-year plan tell us about China’s?

The Unheard Voices of Kashmir
December 24, 2020

The Unheard Voices of Kashmir

By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
While India and Pakistan argue and fight over the fate of Kashmir, is anyone listening to the Kashmiris?
Hydropower vs Heritage: Will Laos Lose Luang Prabang?
December 23, 2020

Hydropower vs Heritage: Will Laos Lose Luang Prabang?

By Tom Fawthrop
Another Mekong dam project threatens to cost the former royal capital its UNESCO World Heritage status.

Fire From the Sky: The Afghan Taliban’s Drones
December 22, 2020

Fire From the Sky: The Afghan Taliban’s Drones

By Franz J. Marty
Despite ongoing peace negotiations, the Taliban continue their attacks, recently incorporating weaponized commercially available drones into their arsenal.

Chinese Attitudes Toward Immigrants: Emerging, Divided Views
December 21, 2020

Chinese Attitudes Toward Immigrants: Emerging, Divided Views

By Tabitha Speelman
Chinese attitudes toward immigration are growing more diverse, with many remaining neutral or positive despite alarming headlines.?

Is Japan Immune From China’s Media Influence Operations?
December 19, 2020

Is Japan Immune From China’s Media Influence Operations?

By Maiko Ichihara
Efforts to boost pro-China narratives in Japan haven’t received much attention – but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist.

China’s Military Actions Against Taiwan in 2021: What to Expect
December 18, 2020

China’s Military Actions Against Taiwan in 2021: What to Expect

By Ying-Yu Lin
A look at the security environment facing Taiwan in the upcoming year.
China’s Digital Silk Road Initiative: A Boon for Developing Countries or a Danger to Freedom?
December 17, 2020

China’s Digital Silk Road Initiative: A Boon for Developing Countries or a Danger to Freedom?

By Joshua Kurlantzick
Some observers worry that it will equip authoritarian governments with next-generation surveillance technologies.

How Latin America Can Make the Most of the US-China Competition
December 16, 2020

How Latin America Can Make the Most of the US-China Competition

By Paola Zuleta
As a theater for great power confrontation, Latin American states can leverage influence and shape relations with both powers.

China’s Digital Silk Road Grows With 5G in the Middle East
December 16, 2020

China’s Digital Silk Road Grows With 5G in the Middle East

By Sophie Zinser
Huawei and other Chinese firms continue to make rapid inroads among Gulf countries – despite the United States’ efforts.

US Passes Historic Anti-Corruption Legislation With Global Reach
December 14, 2020

US Passes Historic Anti-Corruption Legislation With Global Reach

By Ian J. Lynch
Filed as an amendment to the NDAA, the anti-money laundering act lays the foundation for action against corruption.
Tracing the Chinese Footprints in Kazakhstan’s Oil and Gas Industry
December 12, 2020

Tracing the Chinese Footprints in Kazakhstan’s Oil and Gas Industry

By Niva Yau
In Beijing’s pursuit of shifting its trade and energy dependencies from sea to land, Nur-Sultan is a necessary partner.

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