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Despite COVID, Chinese Exporters Strengthen Position in World Trade

By The Strategist 01-15-2021 09:42:00

Posted in: Business

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U.S. Declassifies Secret Document on Indo-Pacific Defense Strategy

[By Rory Medcalf] The US government has just declassified one of its most sensitive national security documents—its 2018...

China Plans $200M "Fishery Industrial Park" 100 Miles From Australia

[By Jeffrey Wall] With Australia’s relationship with China under great pressure, a project that challenges its...

The Promise and Perils of China's Investments in Southeast Asia

For decades, the economic development of ASEAN member states was hindered by persistent shortages in high-quality infrastructure....

Wakashio Spill Shows Need for Indian Ocean Environmental Partnership

[By David Brewster] For several years, Japan has been investing heavily in its diplomatic engagement with Indian Ocean island s...

Op-Ed: China is Bringing its Trade Boom With Australia to an End

[By Michael Shoebridge] Australian lobster, wine, beef, barley, cotton and copper ore sales to Chinese consumers and companies...

China's Belt and Road Falls Short in Central and Eastern Europe

[By John Varano] Established in 2012, the 17+1 initiative was Beijing’s flagship effort to promote China’s economic...

Op-Ed: U.S. Indo-Pacific Strategy Will Change in the Next Four Years

[By Walter Lohman] Washington’s approach to the Indo-Pacific will change over the next four years, regardless of the...

Sanctions and Boycotts Gain Currency in Washington and Beijing

[By David Uren] Last week, while China was tightening its coercive campaign against Australian industry, the Chinese ambas...

Chinese Test Shows Potential for Ballistic Missiles on Merchant Ships

[By Malcolm Davis and Charlie Lyons Jones] On September 15, China successfully launched the Long March-11 solid...

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