Netherlands Soon To Announce Controls on IT Exports to China

Voice of America

The negotiations with Washington have not been easy, said the Netherlands’ minister of economic affairs and climate.


Blinken’s China Visit: Can He Avoid War Becoming a Reality?

Deutsche Welle

Antony Blinken heads to China as increasing tensions over Taiwan make the lack of communication between Washington and Beijing more dangerous than ever.


Taiwan: Opinions Split Over Lai’s Handling of DPP’s Sexual Harassment Scandal

TNL Staff

The implications of the scandal on the upcoming 2024 presidential election, in which Lai is expected to run as the DPP candidate, remain uncertain.


The Importance of Pride: Supporting LGBTQ Rights in Asia

The Interpreter

The recent Sydney WorldPride was a milestone moment in connecting a regional and global movement. However, the growing LGBTQ collective movements in Asia, do not guarantee proportionate or linear improvements in the lives of LGBTQ people in the region.


How Party Affiliation Affects Public Perceptions of Free Speech in Taiwan

Timothy S. Rich

Supporters of ruling parties would be more likely to trust the government and to assume that such restrictions are in the public’s interest.


Asian Economic Heft Keeps Russia’s Economy Afloat

East Asia Forum

Asian economies, particularly China and India, have acted as alternative destinations for Russian exports as well as new sources of imports.


The Political Prospects of Jokowi’s Sons

New Mandala

Both Gibran and Kaesang are increasingly viewed as the political successors of their father - Indonesian President Joko Widodo. The problem here is that no one in the Jokowi family, including the president, holds a strategic position within the PDI-P party structure at the national and local levels.

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