In the run-up to the 19th Party Congress in China, observers and citizens in Taiwan anxiously waited to hear if … More
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China used to view UN peacekeeping as mere imperialism; now as its global power has grown, it finds many benefits to being an active participant.
Shifting macroeconomic conditions may lead China to alter some of its long-time monetary and financial policies.
Ancient Chinese fishermen and daring imperial admirals are part of the compelling narrative Beijing uses to legitimize its South China Sea machinations. Read about the link between the misty past and the present.
Relations between India and the United States have not been consistent over the decades; the Obama Administration should be careful to remember this moving forward.
President Obama’s recent visit to Hanoi was mostly fluff and posturing, not substantive change.