Pedro Sanchez and Xi Jingping to meet in Beijing
- Daily Brief
- March 31, 2023
WHAT’S HAPPENING? China has come to dominate virtually all aspects of international green technology supply chains. As countries across the
WHAT’S HAPPENING? President Ranil Wickremesinghe presented Sri Lanka’s national budget on November 14 for the first time since taking office.
WHAT’S HAPPENING? China’s growing assertiveness is increasingly backed up by a modern and capable military force that is being developed
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WHAT’S HAPPENING? Taiwan has been pertinent to global high-tech supply chains for years, thanks to its primacy in semiconductor production.
Myanmar’s political stalemate has been exacerbated by a regional power struggle between China and India which view any resolution to the ongoing conflict as tipping the scales in the favor of the other.
The Chinese government’s decision to insist on a zero-tolerance approach toward COVID-19 may come at a great cost to the country’s economy.
South Korea’s ongoing struggle with gender inequality has ramifications for its economy and society. The country’s new president, Yoon Suk-yeol, may end up exacerbating this problem by denying its existence.
As one of the world’s largest CO2-emitters, South Korea has pledged to go carbon neutral. However, decarbonization will be an uphill battle that will require more than what the government has planned.
Australia is investing heavily in Pacific telecommunication networks in a rivalry with China for regional influence.
Chinese investors cut a secret deal with Congolese officials increasing their profit share of mining revenues while falling behind on promised infrastructure agreements.
Successive attempts by South Korea’s government to rein in the country’s economic titans have been inadequate. As a result, the chaebols have only grown more powerful since the inception of the COVID-19 pandemic.