A Chinese invasion of Taiwan would bring the semiconductor industry to a halt and send inflation soaring worldwide.
Asia, the world’s largest continent, is now center stage for the battle for the 21st century. It’s here where artificial intelligence matters just as much as artificial islands.
Beijing is avoiding direct comment on the Wagner Mutiny, but in subtle ways, it may be suggesting to Moscow it needs to get its house in order.
The war in Ukraine may have just made it feasible for the yuan to eventually join the ranks of the dollar and the euro.
For Japan’s sixth-generation jet program to succeed, it must shift its strategic outlook and promote a mission-oriented defense policy.
China is likely to offer unfulfillable Ukraine “peace initiatives” that are Russia-friendly and protect its own interests.
China still seeks to control technology platforms but is unlikely to embark on an extensive campaign as it did in 2020 and 2021.
Here’s a brief guide to some of the most important recurring events in China’s economic decision-making calendar.
Chinese coercion has taken its toll on the South Korean economy, but it is prompting Seoul to reduce its exposure to China.
By reigning in Russia over Ukraine, Xi can firmly establish China as an indispensable guarantor of security and stability in Europe.
The Washington Declaration is a big step forward in U.S.-South Korea relations. Seoul will have a much greater say in intel-sharing and nuclear strategy.