- Now that Tsai Ing-wen has been inaugurated as the first female president of Taiwan, attention will be shifted to her policies, especially her policy toward mainland China. During her inauguration speech, Tsai Ing-wen did not explicitly acknowledge the “1992 consensus,” nor did she deny the facts of the 1992 meetings.
- It’s that time of year again, and the end of an era. On Friday, the Obama Administration released the last annual Pentagon China report under its watch.
- Our series on the leading maritime militias of Hainan Province continues with this second installment in a two-part in-depth examination of the maritime militia of Tanmen Townsh
- Friday’s Department of Defense (DoD) report to Congress on Chinese military and security developments is the last issued under the Obama Administration.
- The Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte has just won the country’s presidency with a platform that focuses primarily on severely cracking down on crime. Duterte’s win might be the first electoral outcome in a year where several elections might lead to surprising winners.
- Phillip C. Saunders and Joel Wuthnow, China’s Goldwater-Nichols? Assessing PLA Organizational Reforms (Washington, DC: Institute for National Strategic Studies, National Defense University, April 2016).
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