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Domestic Chinese Media Narratives About the ‘Spiraling’ South China Sea Crisis Warn About Sinking Into a ‘Black Hole’

There's been a discernible change in tone in the Chinese domestic media discourse about escalating tensions in the South China Sea. Until now, much of the narrative set by both state and Communist Party-run media outlets has focused on the Philippines ...

Leading Foreign Policy Analysts Warn This Week’s Summit Marks a Critical Turning Point in Asian Geopolitics

Thursday's landmark summit triggered a lot of discussion among prominent foreign policy analysts in the U.S., Asia, and Europe about the importance of this gathering and why the timing is so critical: A DEEPER GEOPOLITICAL DIVIDE: The net effect ...

New Cambodian Canal Project Won’t Faciliate Chinese Military Access, Says Ex Premier

Hun Sen, Cambodia's former premier and father of the current prime minister, took to the social media platform X this week to vent his frustrations over allegations that the Chinese military will use the long-planned Funan Techo canal. "Cambodia needs Chinese ...

Modi Calls for Stable Ties With China and End to Border Dispute

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi sat down for an interview with the U.S. news outlet Newsweek and made conciliatory remarks on China, calling for stable ties and a resolution of the long-running border dispute between the two countries. Yet while Modi ...

U.S. Promises More Joint Patrols in the South China Sea While the PLA Boosts “War Preparation”

The United States and China both sent strong signals to one another that neither side has any plans to back down from their increasingly contentious duel in the South China Sea. In Washington, National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan briefed the media ...

Haunting Video of China Coast Guard Ship Stalking Malaysian Fishermen

A video of a China Coast Guard ship stalking a small Malaysian fishing craft went viral on Tuesday on both Facebook and X. The undated video was purportedly shot within Malaysia's exclusive economic zone near Terumbu Sahap in South Luconia Shoals, ...

Gaza War Erodes Support for U.S. in Key Mideast Countries, Boosting Popularity of China and Russia, Says Poll

There's new evidence China is benefitting from the U.S.' unconditional support for Israel in the ongoing war in Gaza, according to the findings of a new public opinion survey conducted last month in four key countries in the Middle East and North Africa.

China Not a Significant Factor in Ghana’s Debt Distress – World Bank

Ghana has relatively low exposure to loans from China and multiple creditors, enabling the country to reach debt restructuring agreements. Chinese creditors account for only 7% of Ghana’s public external debt, while China accounts for 36% of Zambia’s external debt and ...

U.S. Should Increase Engagement With African Countries For Greater Access to Critical Minerals – Report

The U.S. should boost engagement with African countries in mutually beneficial partnerships to be the continent’s preferred partner for critical minerals development. This will not be easy, as there is no sign that China is retreating in African markets, and the U.S.’s economic competition in Africa is ...

BYD is Launching Its Next Gen Blade EV Battery and That’s Really Bad News for Both DR Congo, Indonesia

Chinese electric vehicle giant BYD announced the launch date for its next generation Blade EV battery that will be released in August with 27% more energy density than the current power pack. The new battery will also be sufficient for most cars to ...
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