Featured image: Chinese and Pakistan border guards at Khunjerab Pass by Anthony Maw In the cold, arid air of Balochistan, things are starting to heat up. In the largest of Pakistan’s four provinces, the insurgency has been ongoing for many years, but only recently have the insurgents turned their anger towards China. In response to Read More…
In the midst of a water-shortage crisis, Chinese towns traded rainwater on a state-run exchange this week. What could this tell us about the economics of climate change & sustainability? Chinese towns traded rainwater for the first time on a state-run exchange this week before being quickly resold at a 450% increase in price. Arriving Read More…
Guy Ward-Jackson explores the policy parallels that can be drawn between modern-day China and Cold-War America.
Athena Kam discusses the recent resignation of cour pro-democracy legislators and how exactly we got here.
Becky Whant explores how TikTok relates to international politics, arguing that greater action needs to be taken by consumers.
After the introduction of the National Security Law, it seems the ‘one country, two systems’ position set out by China in the Sino-British Joint Declaration has collapsed. What responsibilities does Britain now have to the people of Hong Kong?
William Atkinson discusses why the UK should be taking a bigger stand against China following the new Hong Kong security law.
This is a change to a specific method of eating, such as eating Indian food with your hands or ramen with a special utensil, but not in the style of dining communally itself, which holds an essential place in cultural life.
With the death toll surpassing 15,000, the UK government took a gamble in order to curb the still rising cases of coronavirus. Two Chinese companies were offered a considerable sum of £16 million for two million tests that were supposedly able to detect antibodies for coronavirus through only a fingerprick. The tests looked promising, perhaps Read More…
To national and international criticism, the British Government has decided on the role of Huawei in British telecommunications infrastructure