Concerns about the impacts of environmental change on both domestic and international stability have led Beijing to break from decades of reluctance to label climate change as a security issue.
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China’s growing use of exit bans raises key questions about the country’s commitment to the rule of law and to its obligations under international law.
A December 2018 judgment by Hong Kong’s Court of First Instance in a case involving the city’s new express rail terminal should prompt critical reflection about the continued legitimacy of Hong Kong’s judicial system.
Japan is taking steps to modernize its military in the face of an increasingly unpredictable security environment.
As the United States pulls back from the Middle East, China and the Gulf states are competing for and cooperating on development projects.