- Daily Brief
- November 18, 2019
The highly anticipated event did not produce outline a leadership transition as many had expected.
Today, protesters in Hong Kong are expected to gather outside Chater House, a major
Photo: EPA-EFE Hong Kong activists take to the streets again today, which will likely cause major disruptions to rail and
Unable to negotiate values, there is no clear end to the protests in sight.
Coercion of fishing boats and illegal maritime surveys are symbolic of China’s effective occupation.
US and Chinese representatives used the Singapore meeting to present their competing regional visions.
After a long hiatus, the Taiwan flashpoint is back on the agenda. The situation is more complex than ever.
As the US-China trade war gathers pace, both powers have been courting Europe, and especially Italy.
Expect heightened risks of cross-strait military escalation during Taiwan’s 2020 general election.
Despite US pressure, the Chinese telecom’s 2018 revenue surpassed $100 billion for the first time.
The fresh diplomatic efforts by the region’s traditional heavyweights diverge starkly on substance.
For some states, the threat of cyber espionage may be worth the risk to improve social control.