Cherry Hitkari is a postgraduate student of East Asian Studies at University of Delhi, India.
How China sees its conflict with the Philippines
Taiwan, the ten-dash line, and an ever-present US are driving a wedge between Manila and Beijing.
Shangri-La: A missed chance for US–China dialogue
But at least both sides recognised that the outbreak of a conflict would be “unbearable”.
Can China build a “community” for shared oceans?
Amiable talk about safeguarding partners and protecting marine environment hasn’t allayed suspicions.
China’s Taiwan policy in the “new era”
Beijing’s latest white paper on Taiwan is a marked shift in tone from the more accommodating versions past.
Bongbong Marcos tries the balancing act with Beijing and Washington
The new president might talk up China ties, but relations with the United States appear to be on the mend.