The Diplomatic Recognition of Taiwan
China,East Asia
By Shaohua Hu - 17 Aug 2016

The Diplomatic Recognition of Taiwan

Currently, 22 and 172 countries recognize Taipei and Beijing, respectively. Since Tsai Ing-wen assumed the presidency in Taiwan, many have wondered what would happen to Taiwan’s relations with its diplomatic allies.
THAAD and the Fate of Sino-Korean Relations
Security,Hotspots,East Asia

By Jaewoo Choo - 11 Aug 2016

THAAD and the Fate of Sino-Korean Relations

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen’s Strong Headwinds
Politics,Society,East Asia

By John F. Copper - 22 Jul 2016

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen’s Strong Headwinds

Prospects for Taiwan’s New Southeast Asia Policy
Politics,East Asia

Prospects for Taiwan’s New Southeast Asia Policy

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen planned to seek closer economic relations with the countries of Southeast Asia, so as to reduce Taiwan’s dependence on trade and other commercial relations with China. However, questions soon arose concerning how promising Tsai’s plan might be.
Developments in Hong Kong: Zhang Dejiang’s Visit and Lam Wing-kee’s Revelation
Politics,China,East Asia

Developments in Hong Kong: Zhang Dejiang’s Visit and Lam Wing-kee’s Revelation

Zhang Dejiang, a ranking politburo member of the Chinese Communist Party, visited Hong Kong in May 2016. The highlight of his trip turned out to be gatherings with selected pro-democracy politicians from the island who espouse a more moderate position.
By Tai Wei Lim - 04 Jul 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Peace Offerings by Beijing and Washington Won't Work for the Korean Peninsula
Security,East Asia

Peace Offerings by Beijing and Washington Won't Work for the Korean Peninsula

A significant cut in oil supplies to North Korea will not invite its collapse unlike what conventional views hold. Instead it will coerce the regime to come out of isolation and give up nuclear weapons in order to keep the regime alive.  
By Jaewoo Choo - 13 Jun 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
North Korean Nuclear Issue: Strong Leadership from China Needed
Security,China,East Asia

North Korean Nuclear Issue: Strong Leadership from China Needed

China has toughened its stance on Pyongyang’s nuclear program. I look to China for leadership in addressing the problem of potential nuclear proliferation. It can provide this first of all by getting North Korea to dismantle its nuclear weapons program.
By Sun-Jin Lee - 06 Jun 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
East Asia and its Response to the “H” Test
Security,Hotspots,East Asia

East Asia and its Response to the “H” Test

Japan has common interests with China in stopping nuclear proliferation in Northeast Asia. The H-bomb test may then end up as a common rallying point that can bring Japan, China, and South Korea together facing a common threat.
By Tai Wei Lim - 26 May 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
China and Japan: Psycho-Historical Warfare and the Role of America
Politics,China,East Asia

China and Japan: Psycho-Historical Warfare and the Role of America

The rocky relations between China and Japan in recent years are symptomatic of a long and complicated historical rivalry that is adjusting to rather uncomfortable historical contingencies.
South Korean Legislative Elections: Park’s Government in Grave Position
Politics,East Asia

South Korean Legislative Elections: Park’s Government in Grave Position

The results of South Korea’s legislative elections on April 13 took many by surprise, as the ruling party was roundly defeated by two opposition parties. President Park’s government will be greatly challenged by the legislature on both domestic and foreign policy fronts.
By Jaewoo Choo - 24 Apr 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Would Dai Li the Spymaster Make a Difference in the Chinese Civil War?
Politics,East Asia

Would Dai Li the Spymaster Make a Difference in the Chinese Civil War?

Dai Li served under Chiang Kai-shek as the spymaster of the Republic of China. Had Dai not died in a plane crash in March 1946, would he be able to assist Chiang to defeat the Communist Party of China in the Chinese civil war?
Are Japan-China Relations Stagnating?
Politics,Society,East Asia

Are Japan-China Relations Stagnating?

Sino-Japanese relations have been deteriorating since the outbreak of the territorial dispute over the Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands in September 2012. Today, although the worst seems to be over, the bilateral relationship remains deadlocked.
By Ichiro Inoue - 16 May 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
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