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2019/03/21 | Suzanne Pepper
China's National People's Congress Broadcasts Hong Kong's Ominous Future
China's recent National People's Congress provided hints of the party's views on Hong Kong, Taiwan, and 'one country, two systems.'
2019/03/21 | Global Voices
Kazakhstan President Nazarbayev Resigns but Leaves Little Hope for Reform
Power is expected to stay within the family following the longtime leader's shock resignation.
2019/03/20 | Milo Hsieh
William Lai Faces an Uphill Battle in His Primary Run Against President Tsai
The DPP party base is rallying around Tsai Ing-wen, meaning William Lai may struggle to find national support for his campaign.
2019/03/20 | Taiwan Insight
Looking Back at 40 Years of US-Taiwan Ties Under the Taiwan Relations Act
The Taiwan Relations Act has provided for stability in US-Taiwan relations while allowing for enough ambiguity to keep Beijing at bay.
2019/03/20 | Policy Forum
Thailand's Election: Will the Government Be Held Accountable?
The three branches of the Thai government have long operated with impunity regardless of electoral results, writes Thai constitutional law scholar Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang.
2019/03/18 | The Interpreter
Solomon Islands May Be Considering a Diplomatic Switch From Taiwan to China
Prime Minister Rick Hou’s political party has said it will review Solomon Islands relations with Taiwan if elected, raising the possibility of a switch to China.
2019/03/14 | James Borton
China at a Crossroads on Economic Growth at National People's Congress
Chinese attempts to jumpstart its sluggish economy at this year's National People's Congress overlook the country's previously stated environmental goals.
2019/03/14 | TIME
Chinese Official Says Xinjiang Detention Camps May Eventually Be Phased Out
The official also compared the internment camps, which house up to 1.5 million Muslims, to 'boarding schools.'