Is China adhering to international law? John Pollock discusses Beijing’s recent activity in the South China Sea and the response from the international community.
Claudia Nieroda explores the lucrative resources that are causing rising tensions in the South China Sea.
How the courts attempt to reel in a giant have affected Taiwan
Now that the Hague’s ruled in favour of the Philippines over its competing territorial claims with China, what’s next for tensions in the South China Sea? Catherine Gao sees political instability on the rise.
Implications of the Malabar 2016 naval exercise and the possibility of greater collaboration between the U.S., Japan, and India. David Sutton
Though his presidential term is coming to a close, Obama is showing little signs of slowing down. Catherine Gao examines the potential for Obama’s seven-day Asia tour to shape his successor’s foreign policy in the region.
China recently turned down a port call request by U.S. aircraft carrier Stennis in Hong Kong, indicating an ever chillier relationship between the two countries. Kristyn Byrne explores this relationship by looking at disputes over the South China Sea.
Carolyn Wong discusses China’s defence spending, military ambitions, and tensions in the South China Sea.
In his article, John Pollock analyzes how the militarization of the disputed waters in the South China Sea led to increased tensions between China and the US.
In his article, John Pollock analyzes the shift in Japanese foreign policy after Shinzo Abe took office in 2012.