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Can Women's Football Catch On in China?
Despite systemic issues, women are outpacing men in China's football arena.
2018/05/18 | Mongabay
The Dark Truth About China's Ivory 'Ban'
Ivory is being pushed onto the black market and is freely available to China's growing middle class.
2018/05/18 | The Interpreter
ANALYSIS: The Asian Infrastructure Bank and China's Place in the World
The AIIB's marginal role in international projects like Belt and Road expose the fragmented nature of China's policymaking.
Taiwan Gets Its Act Together on Cybersecurity
Taiwan is following up the establishment of an Electronic Warfare Command with legislation that will demand tighter security measures from private enterprise.
2018/05/15 | Policy Forum
How Southeast Asia Can Avoid Dutch Disease
The likes of Laos and Myanmar can avoid the middle-income trap by establishing mechanisms to invest their resource-driven revenues.
2018/05/15 | The Interpreter
Taking the Measure of China's New Aircraft Carrier
China's first homegrown aircraft carrier lags US counterparts but complements its area denial and blue water navy strategies.
2018/05/14 | Mongabay
China Mysteriously Moves to Protect Coastal Regions
The Chinese government announced a sweeping package of reforms aimed at ending a great deal of coastal land reclamation, much to the surprise of naturalists.
ANALYSIS: Taiwan and the Nine-Dash Line
The ROC was the first to draw the maritime claim, but has since stayed strategically silent on the issue.
2018/05/10 | Jules Quartly
The Ban that Never Was: Peppa Pig, AI and Porkie Pies
AI-inspired Peppa content pushed an online publishing platform into deep water in China, but the headlines missed a deeper argument over whether the state can or should rule on what media people consume.
2018/05/09 | Policy Forum
East Asia's Biggest Problem: Aging
All three countries at this week's Trilateral Summit are facing a demographic crunch, but China may have it the worst.
2018/05/09 | Diálogo Chino
China's 'Green Finance' Bonds Outperform Old-Fashioned Counterparts
China is successfully experimenting with instruments to encourage the financial sector to support sustainability.
2018/05/04 | The Conversation
ANALYSIS: How the US Can Take China to Task on Trade Secrets
Unfair competition law offers a sharper and more effective weapon than tariffs in the drive to even the trading playing field.
2018/05/04 | The Conversation
Crops in Central China's Rice Belt Soaked in Toxic Mercury
Fish is often seen as the main source of mercury in food, but the brain damaging pollutant can be absorbed just as easily through rice.