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In Taiwan, Liz Truss Calls For ‘Economic NATO’ to Counter China
She also recommended the immediate closure of Confucius Institutes in the U.K., which could be replaced by institutions from Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Countdown to Asia’s Summit Season
Conflict in Myanmar and Ukraine against a backdrop of U.S.‑China tension – a crowded agenda will unfold in coming weeks.
The CPTPP Isn’t Just a Trade Deal for Taiwan, It’s a Survival Plan
The CPTPP is at the heart of mapping out Taiwan’s long-term survival, not just a means to remain competitive in global markets.
Can the China Model Be Accommodated in the CPTPP?
A rules-based trading system is the bare minimum that Beijing must agree to if it wants to talk accession, analysts argue.
Can Suga Lead on Japanese Foreign Policy?
Suga can be one of the many typical post-war premiers who focuses on domestic policy, but the regional security environment around Japan will not allow this indefinitely.
Taiwan News: Pilots End Strike After Union Reaches Agreement With China Airlines
A daily breakdown of Taiwan's top stories and why they matter.
OPINION: KMT Fukushima Food Ban Drives a Wedge Between Taiwan & Japan
If the food ban referendum was a strategic maneuver by the KMT, it seems to be working as intended.
OPINION: Taiwan Should Not Join the CPTPP Trade Pact
Imagine a world where Taiwan could not legally challenge multinationals like RCA for its deadly pollution of Taoyuan. Such is the world augured by the CPTPP.
Taiwan News: Gold for Kuo in Asian Games Weightlifting as Rain Batters Taiwan
Your daily bulletin of Taiwan news, courtesy of ICRT.
OPINION: China Could Hold Key to TPP Revival
In the absence of US participation, inviting China to take part in a revived TPP could reshape the global economy.