Fruity Indo-Pacific politics: Or how Kishi met Lorenzana

By Dan Steinbock              Recently, the defense secretaries of Japan and the Philippines agreed on “enhanced defense cooperation.” As Tokyo and Washington would like...
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China – Leading to World Recovery – and Beyond

By Peter Koenig China’s currently ongoing (4-11 March 2021) annual parliamentary meeting, known as the “Two Sessions”, the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and...
global role

US’ strive to sustain its global role, China’s willingness to resist:...

By Shraddha Bhandari   The US and some of its allies are drawing red lines for China’s conduct in the global arena – through internal...
Adrian Zenz

Playing Genocide Politics: The Zenz-Xinjiang Case

By Dr Dan Steinbock Recently, the Trump and Biden administrations have initiated a genocide case against China. Like during the Cold War, some European leaders...
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What Online Products are Forbidden in China?

China has a reputation for having one of the strictest internet censorship policies in the world.  People arriving in China for the first time have...
global role

US’ strive to sustain its global role, China’s willingness to resist:...

By Shraddha Bhandari   The US and some of its allies are drawing red lines for China’s conduct in the global arena – through internal...
TikTok and geopolitics

TikTok and geopolitics: how ‘digital nationalism’ threatens to entrench big tech

By Joanne Gray The massive digital platform market has until recently been dominated by a handful of US-based companies such as Facebook and Google. However,...
monopoly on space stations

Tiangong: China may gain a monopoly on space stations – here’s...

By Steffi Paladini China launched Tianhe-1, the first and main module of a permanent orbiting space station called Tiangong (Heavenly Palace 天 宫), on April 29....

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Adrian Zenz

Playing Genocide Politics: The Zenz-Xinjiang Case

By Dr Dan Steinbock Recently, the Trump and Biden administrations have initiated a genocide case against China. Like during the Cold War, some European leaders...

China Join Hands With EU On Green Investment

Environmental challenges and the deteriorating health of the planet is a long debate. It affects 100 million people every year. The book of Rachael...

Bitcoin: China’s crackdown isn’t enough – only a global effort can...

By Peter Howson Huge concrete data centres, permanently plugged into power plants and telephone exchanges, maintain much of online life. But the infrastructure behind...

China-UK: new report reveals massive increase in research collaboration and dependence...

By Vivienne L Moxham-Hall and Dr. Niall Sreenan A critical foreign policy challenge for a post-Brexit UK is its relationship with China – and a...
TikTok and geopolitics

TikTok and geopolitics: how ‘digital nationalism’ threatens to entrench big tech

By Joanne Gray The massive digital platform market has until recently been dominated by a handful of US-based companies such as Facebook and Google. However,...

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