Hong Kong's seizure of Singaporean armored vehicles returning from training exercises in Taiwan in late November raises the question whether China is applying pressure and putting a wedge between Singapore and Taiwan
The recent appointment of Meng Hongwei as president of Interpol is one worrisome to human rights advocates across the world. Meng, China’s vice minister of public security, would be the first Chinese president of Interpol
Rodrigo Duterte, the recently elected president of the Philippines, brought his brazen anti-American rhetoric to its logical conclusion this week with his proclamation before the People’s Congress in Beijing that he would be ending his country’s alliance with the United States and would be switching his partnership to China. What are the implications for Taiwan?
Recent reports may indicate that Tsai administration officials hope to renew the push towards the New Southwards Policy by ensuring better coordination in the future among relevant officials, pointing to the current challenges of the New Southwards Policy
Recent statements by China that it seeks to export its model of human rights abroad indicate how the Chinese party-state perceives criticisms made against it in the name of human rights as simply being western attempts to undermine it
If the Tsai administration has taken surprisingly aggressive responses where disputed South China Seas islands are concerned, perhaps we can find answers as to why in the way the previous DPP presidency of the Chen Shui-Bian administration responded to the issue of South China Seas islands