China Is Becoming More Reliant on the World
With the Made in China 2025 initiative, Beijing aims to decrease dependency on foreign technology imports, but it’s also seeking foreign investments to modernize its technology sector.
‘The Bomber’ Turns Incompetence Into Vision
A top flight lawyer becomes a bomber after his client, a key witness in a government graft case, gets assassinated.
Taiwan and India：Strategizing the Relations
India has been regarded as one of the major partner countries under Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy. From the Indian perspective, prospects of India-Taiwan relations have never been better. Immense potential in these bilateral relations needs to be developed further.
Thailand’s Election: Will the Country Move Forward?
The Kingdom’s conservative forces may have little option but to give way to the elected parties, at least for now.
China Expands Its Economic Reach Into the United States’ Backyard
Economically, China has been making inroads into South America and the Caribbean, a region where U.S. power once went unchallenged.
Phihong Technology Selected to Support Shell Groups Global EV Charging Expansion
Phihong Technology, a global supplier of power products and EV charging stations, has been selected by Shell, one of the world's largest oil and gas companies, to support their continued expansion into the global EV charging market.
The Philippines’ Fight for Foreign Policy Freedom
Due to China’s increasing assertiveness in the Taiwan Strait and grey-zone coercion in the West Philippine Sea, Marcos reinvigorated the Philippine alliance with the U.S. and sought a stronger strategic partnership with Japan.
New Southbound Policy: The Role of the Yushan Forum
Yushan Forum fills a critical gap in generating fresh foreign policy ideas and implementing the same, and thereby serves as a strategic platform to get a wholesome perspective from the New Southbound Policy countries.
Excessive Housing Speculation Is Weakening Taiwan’s Economy and Society
Housing speculation creates instability and inequality. Given the growing national security threats from China, policymakers’ refusal to confront the problem puts Taiwan in a highly precarious situation.