- Daily Brief
- January 25, 2022
Recent incidents involving migrant workers and Singaporean law enforcement call into question Singapore’s treatment of foreign workers in the construction sector.
China is trying to undo its world’s largest polluter status, but there are obstacles to meeting this goal.
China’s rapid ascent as a player in the competition for space will likely rebalance the current US-led space order.
New legislation may curtail corporate data collection, but state-led collection will likely persist.
Amid domestic and regional tensions, the choice between Washington and Beijing is becoming starker for Manila.
China’s latest fighter jet shows promise as a multirole aircraft but remains reliant on Russian know how.
Jakarta’s non-aligned stance is challenged by a maritime dispute with China and the threat of US sanctions.
The re-election of Taiwan’s independence-minded president has collided with Beijing’s Hong Kong crackdown.
New Delhi faces a rebellious population in Kashmir and hostile neighbours on the region’s borders.
China is encroaching on the space being vacated by the US in Afghanistan, but familiar challenges remain.
The passage of new security laws threatens to fatally erode the city’s prized autonomy from the mainland.
Beijing’s attempt to control the city reflects the Communist Party’s deep concerns about opposition.