China’s aggressive behavior begets international isolation. Will ASEAN’s efforts to socialize it within the existing regional frameworks decrease the risk of conflict?
The Party-State’s influence bureaucracies seek contacts high and low.
Backgrounder on Czech and European policy in the newly delineated macro-region.
United front figures exploit cultural cooperation to buy access and status.
Economic cooperation in the hands of a party-state actor.
Taiwan contingency scenarios, their probability and anticipated effects.
The new president-elect of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel, has started sending powerful signals. Foremost among them was his phone call with his Taiwanese counterpart, President Tsai Ing-wen, on January 30, a mere two days after his electoral victory.
Japanese administration has released three documents that respond to an increasingly tense security environment, describing China as a serious source of concern. It stresses alliance-building with like-minded countries such as the Czech republic, and strengthening Japan’s own defense posture.
Limits and pitfalls of academic cooperation with the People’s Republic of China (policy brief).