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Opinion | Shanghai's light at the end of the tunnel

On Monday morning, China announced that 15 out of 16 districts in Shanghai had now achieved a state of "zero-COVID", or in other words, community transmission had been broken. It comes amidst a phased reopening of certain businesses commences in the city.

Opinion | The US are moving the goalposts on Taiwan

In the past few days, the United States has made a very subtle change in "policy" regarding China or Taiwan region, which appears to be to negate public recognition of the "One China Principle" regarding the island.

Opinion | The West is flogging a dead horse on Hong Kong interference

Following the election of John Lee as Hong Kong's Chief executive over the weekend, all the "usual suspect" countries were quick to voice their disapproval.

Opinion | John Lee faces the challenge of rebuilding a battered Hong Kong

Former Security chief John Lee is expected to be elected as the next chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), replacing outgoing leader Carrie Lam. Lee seeks to inherit the governance of a city which has undergone drastic changes, upheavals and challenges over the past few years, from foreign-backed riots to COVID-19.

Opinion | Britannia doesn't rule the waves anymore

Russia's War in Ukraine is having the adverse effect of ramping up tensions all around the world, and for Ultra-Hawks such as British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss, there's never been more opportunity embedded in that.

Opinion | American hegemony is rooted on an unwillingness to compromise

US Secretary of Defence Llyod Austin, on making an official visit to support Ukraine on April 25, remarked that it was the goal of American foreign policy now to use the war to "weaken Russia" and to ultimately degrade its military capabilities, by escalating its support to Kyiv.

Opinion | The Principles of China's zero-COVID approach remain correct

On the morning of Monday (April 25), Chinese authorities reported that a record 51 people had died in Shanghai as the full lockdown of the municipality enters its third week.

Opinion | The Solomon Islands are not treated as an equal

Yesterday China's foreign ministry confirmed the signing of a bilateral security deal with the Pacific Archipelago nation of the Solomon Islands. The deal has been extremely controversial to Australia and the United States, who see it as China gaining a foothold on the country towards a potential military or naval base.

Opinion | One week of escalation, a growing proxy war and a grimmer outcome

Last week heralded a major turning point in the Russo-Ukrainian war. The Russian Black Sea flagship Moskva was sunk by what was claimed to be a Neptune Anti-Ship missile by Ukraine.

Opinion | The US does not treat India as an equal

On Monday, the United States conducted a one-on-one summit between President Joe Biden and Prime Minister Narendra Modi, showing a determination by Washington to continue to engage New Delhi as part of its "Indo-Pacific strategy" despite clear tensions emerging over the country's amicable position to Russia, of which it sees as a vital strategic partner for energy and arms.

Opinion | What is 'COVID atrocity propaganda' and how is China subject to it?

The COVID-19 pandemic has arguably been the most politicized pandemic in history, simply because from day one, it has been inseparable from a broader geopolitical current between the United States and China, leading to the virus becoming weaponized on multiple fronts as a means to propagandize and discredit Beijing.

Opinion | Did the US just blink over Taiwan?

Just over a year ago, in Donald Trump's last week of office, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo commissioned U.S Ambassador to the United Nations, Kelly Craft, to visit Taiwan.

Opinion | The US 'Big Tech' censorship regime

"Stay informed: this tweet links to a China state-affiliated media website"- is what you will have read if you see this article posted on Twitter, a warning from the site. It's a sign of the times.

Opinion | EU countries may face a reckoning in the form of right-wing populism

There are few other events throughout history which bring about as dramatic or severe political upheavals as wars, and not just on the battlefield itself.

Opinion | The allegations at Bucha and western foreign policy

Over the past few days, much has been made by western media and governments of which they and Ukraine describe as a "massacre" in the town of Bucha, Northwest to Kyiv.
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