Taiwan’s voters rebuked China’s rising authoritarianism Saturday by re-electing President Tsai Ing-wen, who vowed to preserve the island’s sovereignty.
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Lowy Institute argues that Taiwan’s election this weekend might be the most consequential for 2020, not US presidential election at the end of the year.
Latest World Politics Review details how Russia and China are sowing division and gaining influence in Czech politics using “sharp power”.
DW reported detention and disappearance of dozen or more lawyers and activists in final days of 2019 as part of Chinese government’s end of year crack-down.
Public confidence in the 2016 election outcome rests largely on the belief that the Russian hackers were blocked before they could alter votes.
A new intercontinental weapon that can fly 27 times the speed of sound became operational Friday, Russia’s defense minister reported to President Putin.
Russia and China are effectively employing the art of deceit, pairing up to undermine democracy through sharp power, a new report suggests.
As China expands its role on the international stage, its form of capitalism is invariably [clashes] with the liberal meritocratic capitalism of the West.
Japan has not experienced populist waves so this heads off arguments that the liberal international order is a surrogate for Western primacy, expert.
Indian government’s recently proposed law to grant citizenship based on religion violates India’s international legal obligations, Human Rights Watch.