Volume 30



American President Joe Biden and Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen

The United States Embraces Closer Ties with Taiwan

Owen Huang | April 29, 2021

The American “robust unofficial relationship” with Taiwan,as described by the American Department of State, has always been a complicated struggle between support for the semi-autonomous island...

One of the numerous bases China has constructed in the South China Sea, satellite imagery reveals this one in the Spratly Islands

China Makes Pressing Advances on Territorial Edges

Owen Huang | December 18, 2020

China is currently making bold advances, the likes of which have not been seen by the nation since its dynastic days as a dominant empire. The nations is exerting force on its edges in both the South China...

Thousands march on Hong Kongs streets in protest of proposed new laws believed to be in favor of China. Photo credit: Studio Incendo

Protests Worldwide Challenge Rule of National Leaders

Owen Huang | October 6, 2020

Across the pandemic-influenced world of today, many world leaders are seeing support at home drop as protests rise both in numbers and fervent support. Similar to actions carried out by historical leaders,...

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