Activists call Friday’s closed-door proceeding 'sham trial,' say case shows Beijing’s determination to suppress activism
China proposed a plan to promote cross-strait integration – at the same time deploying more than 100 military aircraft to areas near Taiwan.
Analysts say the changes reflect the growing emphasis that Tokyo puts on status across the Taiwan Strait, while also trying to strike a balance between Beijing and Taipei.
Analysts say serial purges of top officials may damage Beijing’s international credibility, reduce confidence within military
Even though Chinese authorities oppose workplace discrimination against women, analysts say the lack of enforcement mechanism makes existing laws ineffective
Analysts say these attempts are necessary to halt the downward spiral in bilateral relations but believe they won't lead to diplomatic breakthroughs
Analysts say the Chinese leader’s decision to skip the summit in India reflects China’s changing foreign policy priorities
Analysts say political leaning is an important factor in many Taiwanese’ views on US military sales to Taiwan.
Analysts say Foxconn founder’s candidacy may further divide votes among opposition candidates.
US-led efforts to build up deterrence in the disputed water may prompt China to adopt more aggressive actions.
Analysts say Beijing is using public outrage over the water discharge to shift attention from domestic challenges
Analysts say the trend reflects the increasing risks the diaspora community faces
Some young people in China are becoming gig workers while others stay unemployed and move back in with their parents
Latest exercise comes a day after Taiwanese Vice President William Lai's return from his 7-day trip to Paraguay, which included transit stops in New York and San Francisco
The assessment comes in a new report by Human Rights Watch
Analysts say Beijing’s aggressive behaviors in the region will push Manila to lean toward the US while creating a sense of insecurity among other Southeast Asian countries
William Lai, the leading candidate in next year’s presidential election, says self-ruled island “will uphold the values of democracy and freedom” in speech during stopover in New York City
Vice President William Lai will make transit stops in New York, San Francisco going to and from Paraguay
Vice President William Lai to make transit stops in New York and San Francisco