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The Diplomat

  1. Russian Fighter Deal Reflects Indonesia’s Goal of a ‘Sanctions-Proof’ Economy

    As geopolitical tensions grow, Jakarta is seeking to insulate its military, and its economy, from possible Western pressure.
  2. Arakan Army Takes Key Town in Western Myanmar, While Denying Rohingya Attacks

    Rights groups have accused the Arakan Army of displacing tens of thousands of Rohingya civilians during its seizure of the town of Buthidaung.
  3. Thaksin Shinawatra and the Rise of Political Nihilism in Thailand

    As expected, the newly rehabilitated former prime minister is again flaunting his political influence – to Thailand's detriment.
  4. The Luzon Economic Corridor: A Badly-Needed Win For the US in Southeast Asia?

    As a proof of concept for the G-7's Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment, there is a lot riding on the initiative in the northern Philippines.
  5. Taking Stock of Russia-Central Asia Relations in 2024

    What do Russia and the Central Asian republics stand to gain from each other?

South China Morning Post

  1. Taiwanese leader William Lai sends 5138;dangerous signals5139; with pro-independence speech: Beijing

    Taiwan Affairs Office says the address stubbornly adhered to an independence stance, which will 5138;never be tolerated5139;.
  2. William Lai pledges to retain status quo in Taiwan Strait, calls on Beijing to jointly maintain peace

    William Lai Ching-te, branded a 5138;troublemaker5139; by Beijing, is expected to give clues about his cross-strait policy in his inaugural address.
  3. How can China get the best tech? Keep calm and learn from the US, economist says

    Yao Yang from Peking University says a developed, capitalist market and openness to immigrants helped the United States lead the way over the past century.
  4. Chinese lawyers accuse court officials of interfering in trial, slam 5138;blatant sabotage5139; of legal system

    Viral photo appears to show judicial officers and court staff instructing lower court judge via WeChat during criminal trial in northwest China, prompting lawyers to condemn the actions.
  5. Why China5139;s Taiwan-pop generation are drifting away from the island

    Mainland youth raised on Taiwanese pop culture are curious about the island, but two-way travel ban and uneasy ties create barriers.

The China Project

  1. The China Project

    From 2016 to 2023, we published an extraordinary range of China-focused articles, podcasts, interviews, and videos. Here are a few highlights.
  2. Taipei Pride celebrates queer diversity despite its challenges

    Asia’s LGBT capital ended its pride week with a hugely successful parade. The movement faces its challenges though.
  3. American innkeeper in rural China keeps a light on for guests

    Brian Linden and his wife Jeanee invested their life savings in building a business in rural China decades ago. The legacy and future of their work are uncertain amid shaky U.S.-China relations.
  4. Some sad news

    We have to shut down. This is why.
  5. With mines, ports, and factories, China is set to dominate Latin America’s electric vehicle industry

    The region has some of the largest mineral reserves for this industry, including copper and lithium. Chinese companies also see opportunities in the local vehicle market.

The Guardian