Region | China and Northeast Asia
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View our expert commentary and informed analysis on the latest developments in Northeast Asia, including China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, North Korea, Mongolia and Hong Kong.
The coronavirus pandemic revealed the disconnect between wishful official edicts and rigid social conventions. Read More
Despite climate change and the cost hydropower dams, Mekong River nations will find it difficult to turn away from China. Read More
Dr Hui Feng, shares his insights on US-China relations and why a new president won't fix the problem. Read More
As the increasingly virulent anti-China rhetoric has made clear in recent months, China has not been very popular in countries like the US and Australia… Read More
The 2020 US presidential election is a pivotal moment for global efforts to tackle climate change. No matter the result, Australia will face renewed pressure to do its share to reduce emissions. Read More
Thought Trump’s coronavirus diagnosis was a pre-election shocker? Wait until he plays the Taiwan card
The world was shocked, if not entirely surprised, by US President Donald Trump’s Covid-19 diagnosis earlier this month. But there could be more “October surprises”… Read More
CAITLIN BYRNE | What a relief it must have been for Australia’s Foreign Minister, Marise Payne to step on a plane earlier this week. Read More
Aside from its devastating human impact, COVID-19 has revealed deep social, economic and political fault lines in and across the global system. How states and other global actors engage in this system and the extent to which they mine, obscure or seek to bridge emerging fault lines for advantage will reflect on their soft power. Read More