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Taiwan nationalist Tsai will face Chinese nationalist Xi

During the campaign leading up to Taiwan’s Jan. 16 elections, Tsai Ing-wen, leader of the Democratic Progressive Party, took part in singing the national anthem at public events, but her lips visibly ...More

EJ Insight2016-01-25

Lee Bo case and what it tells us about Beijing's fears

The consternation in Hong Kong over the case of five missing booksellers – especially the most recent incident involving Lee Bo, who is feared to have been kidnapped and smuggled into the Chinese main ...More

EJ Insight2016-01-18

China continues hunt for fugitives and their assets overseas

At a time when Chinese capital and Chinese tourists are flooding into every corner of the world, the Chinese government is seeking the return of hundreds, possibly thousands, of former officials who h ...More

EJ Insight2016-01-12

China's knee-jerk reaction to a small US-Taiwan arms deal

China responded with a knee-jerk reaction to the Obama Administration's announcement of a US$1.83 billion arms sales package for Taiwan, summoning the charge d’affaires at the American embassy for a d ...More

EJ Insight2015-12-22

What China can get for US$60 bln from Africa

The two-day China-Africa summit meeting in Johannesburg last week marked another step in the decades-long process of tightening relations between the world’s soon-to-be-biggest economic power and the ...More

EJ Insight2015-12-08

When is a military base not a base? When China owns it

After decades of priding itself on not having a single Chinese soldier on foreign soil (except for those serving with UN peacekeeping forces) and having no overseas military bases, China is somewhat a ...More

EJ Insight2015-12-01

Who, ASEAN wonders, will succeed the first Pacific president?

Barack Obama, who has dubbed himself “America’s first Pacific president”, made his sixth trip to the region last week to attend meetings in Manila and Kuala Lumpur. But now that there is little more t ...More

EJ Insight2015-11-24

China and Japan: Things are looking up

A single swallow, we are told, doesn’t make a summer. That certainly applies to the trilateral meeting in Seoul on Nov. 1 at which Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe met his counterparts, President Park Geun ...More

EJ Insight2015-11-17

Ma and Xi: Will anyone pick up where they left off?

A strong, vigorous handshake that lasted more than a minute marked the historic first meeting between the leader of the People’s Republic of China and the leader of Taiwan, which has been the home of ...More

EJ Insight2015-11-10

China’s empty claim to be a defender of international law

China suffered a double whammy in the South China Sea last week as the US navy carried out a freedom-of-navigation operation, sending a destroyer to within 12 nautical miles of artificial islands in t ...More

EJ Insight2015-11-02

Triumphant Xi rebuffs Cameron plea on Hong Kong democracy

It must have been a bittersweet moment for Xi Jinping, the head of the world’s biggest communist party, to be riding in a golden carriage seated next to Queen Elizabeth II -- the world’s second-longes ...More

EJ Insight2015-10-27

Why KMT's Eric Chu has a daunting task ahead of him

Fearing a disastrous outcome at presidential and legislative elections in January, Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang finally took the plunge and replaced its original presidential candidate, Hung Hsiu-chu, w ...More

EJ Insight2015-10-20

TPP: China willing to write trade rules with US

The agreement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, reached after five years of often nail-biting sessions that ended inconclusively, marks a triumph for the United States, especially for President Barack ...More

EJ Insight2015-10-14

Japan, not China, more popular with neighboring countries

China showed in its Sept. 3 military parade that it wants to be viewed not just as an economic power but as a major military and diplomatic player as well. And, while it trumpeted its desire for peace ...More

EJ Insight2015-09-15

How China tried to rewrite history with military parade

While China’s dazzling military parade last week can be understood on several levels, the underlying purpose of the entire show, in which 30 heads of state or government participated, was clear and st ...More

EJ Insight2015-09-08

Will Xi encounter a tougher US stance during his visit?

President Xi Jinping’s impending state visit to the United States will focus attention on the widening differences between the two countries rather than their common interests, despite slowing economi ...More

EJ Insight2015-09-01

What China can learn after the Tianjin disaster

Hong Kong is panicking at the discovery that drinking water supply at several public housing estates is contaminated, with samples showing lead that exceeds the World Health Organization’s guideline o ...More

EJ Insight2015-08-24

Japan and its former victims must move on

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe failed to grasp the nettle when he delivered a much-touted address on the 70th anniversary of Japan’s surrender at the end of World War II. As Abe pointed out, more than 80 p ...More

EJ Insight2015-08-18

China suffers another setback with Asean

Despite strong opposition from China, Asean foreign ministers vigorously discussed the South China Sea at their annual meeting in Kuala Lumpur last week, together with foreign ministers of the United ...More

EJ Insight2015-08-10

Why Beijing saw Obama trip to Africa as a challenge

Last week, Barack Obama visited Kenya, his father’s birthplace, for the first time since becoming US president in 2009. Also on his itinerary was Ethiopia. It was the first time a serving American pre ...More

EJ Insight2015-08-04

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