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Italy becomes first country to exit China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) since its launch in 2013. Rome cites lack of economic benefits and concerns over Chinese influence.
Chinese President Xi Jinping is facing a number of economic challenges, including a real estate crisis, record-high youth unemployment, and a deepening crisis of confidence among consumers and investors.
The concentration of power over AI inputs, the tendency of governments to localize and protect key digital assets, and the systematic exclusion of certain groups from accessing the benefits of AI systems are some of the key challenges to effective AI governance in Asia.
The Biden-Xi summit at APEC yielded concrete outcomes, including curbing the fentanyl trade, restoring military-to-military communication channels, and launching dialogues on AI governance and climate change.
China says it wants to strengthen supply chains with all countries, but the exodus of foreign companies from China and declining investment point to an increasingly hostile environment for foreign businesses in the country.
China's stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict has been a topic of discussion in recent years, with some arguing that the country has been sympathetic to the Palestinian cause.
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.
China’s import bans on Taiwanese fruits, are seen as a way to influence Taiwan’s presidential election, with the local farmers want whichever party wins to help them sell their crops at a profit.