VOA 6 August 2016 In this photo released by the 11th Regional Coast Guard Headquarters of Japan, a Chinese coast guard vessel sails near disputed...

International Policy Digest 11 July 2016 Narendra Modi/Facebook   Max Wirtz Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has just wrapped up his five-day,...

Huffington Post 25 July 2016 Beijing is no longer happy simply playing a low-key support role to peacekeeping operations on the continent.     Eric...

Defence One 27 July 2016   In Djibouti, where China is building its first overseas naval installation, the US must support democratic processes...

agoravox.fr 18 July 2016 Translation Djibouti: If April’s presidential victory for Ismail Omar Guelleh was debatable, it is well and truly won now....

Web India 18 July 2016 Aroonim Bhuyan The ruling by the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague on the South China Sea dispute in favour of the...

HKFP 14 July 2016 By Innocent Mutanga. With the rise of nativistic sentiments in the west and rising resistance to globalisation, African states – on...

Chicago Monitor 15 July 2016 By Alexandra Kirchner The biggest player in the economies that populate the vast African continent in the past...

Strategy Page 16 July 2016 Chinese territorial claims off its coasts (especially the South China Sea) and along the Indian border get the most media attention but there is another kind of Chinese invasion that, while less noticed, is becoming a serious economic and political problem for the countries the Chinese have been allowed to invade. Put simply if a country allows...

The New York Times 12 July 2016 By THE EDITORIAL BOARD Bianca Bagnarelli How China reacts to the sweeping legal defeat over its claims to the South...