What Can Taiwan Learn From Ukraine? Interview With Disinformation and Civil Defense Expert Puma Shen
Strengthening Ukraine-Taiwan relations can be done by providing components for military equipment, refuting global rumors, and learning from China’s experience.
Decoding Eight Years of Taiwan’s Presidency by Tsai Ing-Wen: Interview With French Journalist Arnaud Vaulerin
French journalist Vaulerin, who publishes a book about Taiwan president Tsai Ing-Wen, discusses Tsai's achievements during her two consecutive mandates, including Taiwan's positioning in the international arena and its success in the chip industry.
On August 11, 2023, India's President signed the Digital Personal Data Protection, 2023 into law. While some praise it as a global standard in cybersecurity, civil society organizations express concerns about its final form.
The absence of both China and Russia allowed India to take the spotlight as the leader of the Global South during the G20 summit. Some Chinese nationalist bloggers expressed opinions that China has downgraded the significance of the G20.
A new platform named pfmsea.org was set up to monitor press freedom in Southeast Asia, and this year 73 cases of violation of rights were recorded.
Critics decipher Myanmar military junta’s decision of granting a partial pardon to Aung San Suu Kyi as merely a tactic to divert the attention of opposition forces and alleviate international condemnation.
China’s state-backed media in Hong Kong writes that any kinds of “soft resistance”, including dissenting opinions and culture, should be crushed in full force.
Protests broke out in Thailand after military-appointed senators blocked Pita Limjaroenrat, who led Move Forward Party to win landslide victory in national election, from being the next prime minister.
A Forensic Investigation Finds a Site That Doxxes Hong Kong Activists and Journalists Is Likely Backed by Beijing
A Toronto-based research group Citizen Lab uncovers that China’s agents are monitoring behind a few notorious doxxing websites, which have intruded the privacy of Hong Kong’s dissident journalists and activists.