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The Taiwan 2020 Election: How Tsai managed to regain Taiwan and reject China
Dr Strobe Driver, War, Conflict and Asia-Pacific security independent researcher and writer, Adjunct Researcher at Federation University, Australia.
Commentary: ASEAN–EU Partnership: How “Strategic” is Europe’s Approach?
Dr. Frederick Kliem is a Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Multilateralism Studies (CMS) of the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore
Australia as a beggar nation: How the Country Liberal Party made the Port of Darwin a Geo-strategic requisite for China
Dr Strobe Driver, recipient of Taiwan Fellowship 2018, MOFA, Taiwan, ROC, and adjunct researcher at Federation University
India and the changing global scenarios
Major General Ashok Hukku (Retired), former Chief Intelligence former Chief Military Intelligence Advisor to the Cabinet Secretariat of the Indian Government in New Delhi
China’s Military Rise through Reforms and Efforts against Rising Military Threats
You Ji, Professor and Head, Department of Government and Public Administration, University of Macau
The United States under Donald Trump: How has the US President affected US policy towards Taiwan?
Jan Kliem, Senior Programme Officer and Researcher at the German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG).
“Continuous Line Map” – New Wine in Old Bottles
Viet Hoang, Senior Lecturer, Ho Chi Minh City University of Law
One Belt one Road and its Strategic Implications
By Major General (ret.) Ashok Huku, former Chief Military Intelligence Advisor in the Cabinet Secretariat at New Delhi, India
US – Taiwan – PRC Relations: A brief history of US policy towards Taiwan
By Jan Kliem, CPG Senior Program Officer and Researcher
Strengths and Weakness of Ideological Flexibility in Chinese Development
By Jan Kliem, CPG Program Officer
Chinese Domination of the South China Sea: An American Response
By Grant Newsham, Senior Research Fellow at the Japan Forum for Strategic Studies
The Southern Theater Command and China’s Maritime Strategy
By Nan Li, Visiting Senior Research Fellow at East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore
White Warships, Little Blue Men, and Looming Conflict in the East China Sea – China’s “Short, Sharp War” For The Senkakus
By James E. Fanell, Government Fellow at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), and Kerry K. Gershaneck, CPG Senior Research Associate
External Challenges in the Russia-South Korea Defense Relationship
By Anthony V. Rinna, a Russia and Eurasia Analyst with the Sino-NK research group, South Korea
When Politics and Law Collide: The South China Sea in the Post-Hague ‘New Normal’
By Sourabh Gupta, Senior Asia-Pacific international relations policy specialist, Institute for China-America Studies
The Future Cross-Strait Relations: Challenges and Opportunities of the DPP Government
Chin-peng Chu, Jean Monnet Chair and Vice President, National Dong Hwa University