Can Huawei Survive the Storm?
Politics,Economy,China
By Henry Hing Lee Chan - 25 May 2019

Can Huawei Survive the Storm?

Considering the historical dominance of US companies in the telecommunication semiconductor business and the software platforms powering smartphones, there is a legitimate concern as to whether Huawei can survive the US sanctions.
The Belt and Road Diplomacy: China’s Geo-intellect on the Rise?
Politics,Economy,China

By Romi Jain - 24 May 2019

The Belt and Road Diplomacy: China’s Geo-intellect on the Rise?

Why Asian Countries Turn to BRI For Infrastructure Investment
Politics,Economy,China

By Anita Inder Singh - 20 May 2019

Why Asian Countries Turn to BRI For Infrastructure Investment

Is the Taiwan Strait in International Waters?
Politics,China,East Asia

Is the Taiwan Strait in International Waters?

Taiwan’s leader Tsai Ing-wen said the Taiwan Strait is in international waters. The international regimes (IR) theory is used by the author to analyze the statement.
A Xi Jinping Philosophy for a Better World?
Politics,Society,China

A Xi Jinping Philosophy for a Better World?

Xi Jinping Thought is a product of its time. China is maturing as an economic identity and is also indigenizing and entrenching its model of development. The philosophy appears to be a response to that maturation and emergence as a major power.
By Tai Wei Lim - 06 May 2019 | 0 comments Read more...
China’s Growing Influence in Italy and Greece
Politics,Economy,China

China’s Growing Influence in Italy and Greece

Italy and Greece joined China’s Belt and Road Initiative in March and April, 2019. A major Chinese economic activity in the two Mediterranean countries will center around the development of three historic ports – Trieste and Genoa in Italy and Piraeus in Greece.
India’s General Election Won’t Alter Ties with China
Politics,China,South Asia

India’s General Election Won’t Alter Ties with China

China is understandably keeping a close watch on India’s general election in April-May 2019. Irrespective of the election results, India’s policy towards China is not likely to change significantly.
The BRI as an Agenda for International Development and Cooperation
Politics,Economy,China

The BRI as an Agenda for International Development and Cooperation

Most of the Western criticisms of the BRI are that the initiative is a geopolitical “strategy”. Considering its importance for China’s opening-up in the current stage, we believe it can be further defined as a major international cooperation agenda.
Is China Modernizing Meritocracy for Public Governance?
Politics,Society,China

Is China Modernizing Meritocracy for Public Governance?

Chinese President Xi Jinping emphasizes meritocracy and would like to apply it to every corner of public governance in China. Can meritocracy, which looks set to be regenerated by China, enlighten public governance in China and beyond?
The Huawei Ban: Adversity or Opportunity?
Politics,Economy,China

The Huawei Ban: Adversity or Opportunity?

After the US called for a boycott on Huawei over espionage concerns, several countries have since blocked telecoms companies from using Huawei gear in next-generation 5G mobile networks.
By Yu Fu - 11 Apr 2019 | 0 comments Read more...
What’s Troubling the EU-US Alliance?
Politics,Economy,China

What’s Troubling the EU-US Alliance?

Recently, the ties between the United States and the European Union have been strained by a number of strategic and economic issues, including NATO and trade matters, the Iran nuclear deal, the China factor and controversies surrounding Huawei and the 5G network.
Sino-Saudi Ties and its Influence across South and West Asia
Politics,Economy,China

Sino-Saudi Ties and its Influence across South and West Asia

President Xi Jinping told Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman that China is a good friend and partner to Saudi Arabia. Beijing firmly supports Riyadh in its economic diversification drive and social reform and has offered to connect its Belt and Road Initiative with Saudi Vision 2030.
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