Japan's offer to join the Five Eyes alliance has created further tension between China and Japan, and is likely to bring irreversible damages to the bilateral relationship in the long run.
Human rights advocates and governments can take lessons learned from Myanmar to adjust their approach to fighting for the Uyghur community’s human rights in China.
The tensions between Chinese authorities and Xinjiang's Uyghurs have led to extreme ethnic policies, which call for further engagement of the international society on the region's human rights.
Influenced by the escalating US-China tensions, the U.K.'s recent ban on Huawei's 5G construction heavily impacts both the company's international business and British consumers.
The recent China-India border dispute not only escalated the territorial conflict between the two countries, but also brought challenges to other aspects of the bilateral relationship.
20,000 Flown over the Pacific and Beyond — China’s Distribution of “Health Packages” to Chinese Students
In response to COVID-19, China's distribution of protective equipment to overseas Chinese students has proven well received. Yet its limited influence calls for further inquiry.
Students and faculty members joined in a vibrant discussion on concerns of Chinese students under the pandemic and the changing U.S.-China relations.
The global COVID-19 pandemic has opened up a window of opportunity for China and Japan to form a closer partnership in terms of all-around cooperation as well as cultural exchange.
Beijing's recent expansion of the proposed national security law for Hong Kong may further escalate the mass protests and incur wide international opposition.
The imbalanced power dynamics between China and Pakistan may change the supposedly mutually beneficial project to an unequal agreement tilted towards the greater power.