- Daily Brief
- July 24, 2019
The embryonic alliance must first resolve its internal disputes before it can present a united front.
Coercion of fishing boats and illegal maritime surveys are symbolic of China’s effective occupation.
Poor clean up and containment efforts have left the region exposed to dangerous radiation leaks.
The ISIS-backed attacks appear to have succeeded in reigniting communal tensions.
The spike in multilateral naval engagements excluding China has not gone unnoticed in Beijing.
US and Chinese representatives used the Singapore meeting to present their competing regional visions.
After a long hiatus, the Taiwan flashpoint is back on the agenda. The situation is more complex than ever.
As the US-China trade war gathers pace, both powers have been courting Europe, and especially Italy.
Though Modi’s BJP is expected to win, voters may punish the PM for failing to meet high expectations.
New party rules should ensure the next prime minister serves a full term for the first time since 2007.
Expect heightened risks of cross-strait military escalation during Taiwan’s 2020 general election.
The Bank of Japan will begin two days of interest rate reviews today, which it will announce along with fresh