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China just issued draft regulations to rein in solar cell production. This shows Beijing knows and is concerned about industrial overcapacity. China and the West have been mired in a trade dispute over overcapacity, which Beijing has pushed back on. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . But Beijing recently released a new set of draft rules that show China knows and is concerned about overcapacity too — specifically in solar cell production.
Persons: Organizations: Service, Business Locations: China, Beijing
CNN —NATO officials are discussing taking action to reclaim some Chinese-owned infrastructure projects in Europe should a wider conflict with Russia break out in the east of the continent, three officials involved in the discussions told CNN. A decade ago, when Europe was still crawling out of the economic crater caused by the global financial crisis, the promise of infrastructure funding from Chinese-owned investment firms seemed like a major windfall. The fear, according to one US official, is that Beijing could use the infrastructure it owns in Europe to provide material assistance to Russia if the conflict were to expand. The discussions reflect an increasing focus on China by the NATO alliance. A NATO official said that if a war erupted, the infrastructure “would almost certainly be nationalized, or nations would temporarily assume operating control, under emergency security measures.
Persons: Antony Blinken, Kishida, ” Blinken, Jens Stoltenberg, CNN’s Natasha Bertrand Organizations: CNN, NATO, Washington, Moscow, Beijing, Initiative, Helsinki Shipyard –, US, Ukraine, European Union Locations: Europe, Russia, Ukraine, Beijing, China, NATO, Eastern Europe, Baltic, Finland, Canada, Japan, East Asia, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, France, Washington
NATO's increasing focus on China and what it means for Asia
  + stars: | 2024-07-11 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNATO's increasing focus on China and what it means for AsiaWith NATO's increasing focus on China, what does it mean for other Asia countries such as Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asian nations and Australia? CNBC's Martin Soong, Sri Jegarajah, Sam Vadas and Lin Lin talk about the big geopolitical shift in the region.
Persons: CNBC's Martin Soong, Sri Jegarajah, Sam Vadas, Lin Lin Locations: China, Asia, Japan, South Korea, Southeast, Australia
Read previewThis as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Jimmy Sweeney, a 31-year-old dad who has been traveling the world with his wife, Brooke, and 4-year-old daughter, Isla, to find a new home since June 2023. Brooke and I have always loved traveling, and having a kid, we knew we didn't want to change that. We sold our house and started our journey in EuropeWe put our house on the market in April of last year. Seeing the stories kids in a place are growing up with is a great way to learn about a culture. We've loved a lot of places so farIt doesn't take long to understand whether you relate to or feel a part of somewhere.
Persons: , Jimmy Sweeney, Brooke, I've, We've, it's, Brooke Sweeney, Jimmy Sweeney I've, Isla, Jimmy Sweeney It's, We're, that's, You'll, Sweeney Organizations: Service, New Zealand, Business, China Locations: Australia, New, Fort Worth , Texas, Texas, Europe, Florida, Taiwan, Munich, Germany, New Zealand, Japan, Kuala Lumpur, Southeast Asia, Spain, Denmark, Goreme, Amber, Jaipur, India
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - MAY 26: The JPMorgan Chase logo is seen at their headquarters building on May 26, 2023 in New York City. Data centers have been widely talked about and Malaysia is emerging as an attractive investment opportunity offering different sectors and ideas to play, according to JPMorgan. "It's a multi-theme story going on," Rajiv Batra, head of Asia-Pacific (ex-Japan/China) equity strategy at JPMorgan, told CNBC's "Squawk Box Asia" Wednesday. Penang has proven themselves as a tech hub overall," said Batra, adding that Malaysia offers "multiple sectors and ideas to play." "Besides that, we are seeing they are going into the electric vehicles, they are going into the green energy overall.
Persons: Rajiv Batra, CNBC's, Batra Organizations: NEW, JPMorgan Chase, New York City ., JPMorgan, Malaysia Locations: New York City, Malaysia, Asia, Pacific, Japan, China, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Southeast Asia
Millionaires are leaving Hong Kong, but its art scene is booming
  + stars: | 2024-07-11 | by ( )   time to read: +13 min
Narration: Home to a host of financial institutions, Hong Kong is one of the world's wealthiest cities. The Hong Kong Art Gallery Association recorded a 27% increase in member galleries between 2021 and 2023. Nicolas Chow: Chinese art and ancient Chinese art is really at the genesis of Sotheby's Hong Kong when we came here. Angelle Siyang-Le: We firmly believe that Hong Kong is the best place to do art business in Asia, Hong Kong is a natural melting. Emily Tan: That's all from Hong Kong – join us next time in a new city as we explore 'The Art of Appreciation.'
Persons: , Nicolas Chow, Emily Tan, we've, they've, It's, Emperor Chen, Chen, it's, I'm, who'll, she's, Mak2, Allison Cheung, Angelle, Hong Kong, they're, Emily, Hong Kong – Organizations: Hong, Hong Kong Art Gallery, Asia, Art, Basel, Art Basel Locations: Hong Kong, Asia, Art Basel, Sarthe, Hong Kong's, Swiss, Basel, Miami, Paris, Hong, US, Australia, Switzerland, France, Southeast Asia, Korea, Mak2, Sims
“Today, I would like to announce that a settlement has been reached in the civil trial with the three perpetrators who were found guilty in the criminal trial,” Gonoi said. Authorities initially seemed unwilling to believe her but Gonoi’s refusal to be silenced eventually prompted prosecutors to reopen investigations in a sweeping probe into sexual harassment across the JSDF. The broad investigation led by Japan’s defense ministry found that Gonoi had suffered physical and verbal sexual harassment daily between late 2020 and August 2021. Not backing downAs a child, Gonoi said she saw JSDF members as heroes. The defense ministry eventually launched a broad investigation into sexual harassment across the JSDF that found Gonoi had suffered physical and verbal sexual harassment daily between late 2020 and August 2021.
Persons: Hong Kong CNN —, Rina Gonoi, ” Gonoi, Gonoi, , Yoshiaki Saito, Japan’s, Kazuhiro Nogi, Fumio Kishida, Boram Jang, “ Rina Gonoi, ” Jang Organizations: Hong Kong CNN, , Japan Self, Defense Force, NHK, CNN, Japan’s Ministry of Defense, Authorities, Getty, Japanese, Gonoi, Amnesty Locations: Tokyo, Hong Kong, Japan, Higashi, Japan’s, Miyagi, Fukushima, AFP, East Asia
Japan and Philippines' defense pact signed on Monday seeks to counter China's increasing aggression in the region and create deterrence that goes beyond reliance on the U.S., experts told CNBC. The RAA marks Japan's second such agreement with a country in the Asia-Pacific region, following similar agreements with Australia in 2022. The treaty must be ratified by the appropriate legislative bodies of the Philippines and Japan before coming into force. Kamikawa called the signing of the RAA "a great achievement" for the two countries to further strengthen security and defense cooperation. "Both countries have maritime territorial disputes with China, and they are facing increasingly assertive and aggressive Chinese naval forces," Yaacob added.
Persons: Fumio Kishida, Ferdinand Marcos Jr, Thomas Shoal, Gilberto Teodoro, Yoko Kamikawa, Ferdinand Romualdez Marcos Jr, Teodoro, Rahman Yaacob, Kamikawa, Yaacob Organizations: Japan's, ASEAN, Japan, CNBC, Philippine Defence, Japan's Official Security, Southeast Asia, Lowy Institute Locations: Philippines, Tokyo, Japan, China, South China, Manila, Philippine, Asia, Pacific, Australia
AC-130 gunners Joe Gipson (back) and Isaac Dowell tend the 105mm cannon aboard a US Air Force AC-130J during a live-fire exercise over South Korea. A 105mm howitzer is seen at the rear of a US Air Force AC-130J at Osan Air Base, South Korea, in early June 2024. ‘Spooky’ historyUS Air Force gunships trace their lineage back to the Vietnam War, when the service set up 7.62 mm guns to fire out one side of a C-47 transport aircraft. With the AC-130J model, introduced in 2017, the Air Force removed the machine guns in favor of the more precision-guided munitions. The AC-130’s crew acknowledges the dangers of ground fire to their aircraft, and some analysts question its usefulness in any potential conflict with North Korea.
Persons: Ghostrider, Joe Gipson, Isaac Dowell, Brad Lendon, John Ikenberry, Kim Jong Un, ” Ikenberry, Heath Curtis, Mike Valerio, Curtis, , Justin Burris, Peter Layton, Layton, Maj, Christopher Mesnard, CNN’s Yoonjung Seo, Gawon Bae Organizations: Korean Peninsula CNN, US Air Force AC, CNN, Air Force Special Operations Command, US Air Force, Osan Air Base, South, Air Force, National Museum of, Operation, US, Griffith Asia Institute, Royal Australian Air Force, Operations Command Locations: Hurlburt Field, Florida, South Korea, Seoul, North Korea, Washington, Korea, Maj, New Mexico, United States, Vietnam, Asia, Grenada, Panama, Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Kunduz, Iraqi, Persian, Khafji, Saudi Arabia, Korean, Australia, Operations Command Korea
Southeast Asia's IPO market declined significantly in the first six months of 2024, with market capitalization plunging 71% to $5.8 billion, a report from Deloitte showed. There were no blockbuster IPOs from January to June, with only one large IPO with market capitalization of more than $1 billion and raising more than $200 million, Deloitte said. In the same period a year ago, there were three large IPOs which raised more than $600 million each. The downward trend signals "subdued IPO market sentiments where investors and IPO candidates continue to navigate macroeconomic factors," Deloitte said. Still, the report pointed out that historically, the latter half of the year "has always been the better performing half between 2020 to 2022."
Persons: Deloitte Organizations: Deloitte
Russian President Vladimir Putin speaking to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during their meeting at Taj Exotic Hotel on October, 15, 2016 in Benaulim, Goa, India. Mikhail Svetlov | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesIndia's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to meet President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Monday, marking his first visit to the Kremlin since the invasion of Ukraine. Their meeting is significant as it's the Indian premier's first bilateral trip overseas since he was reelected for a rare third term in June. watch now"This trip will rankle many Western observers," an analyst at the Lowy Institute pointed out in a published commentary. India's refiners have been snapping up discounted Russian oil since the start of the Ukraine war.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Narendra Modi, Mikhail Svetlov, Vinay Kwatra, Kwatra, India's, Lowy Organizations: Indian, Taj Exotic, Getty, India's, Kremlin, Shanghai Cooperation Organization, United Nations, East Asia Summit, Lowy Institute Locations: Benaulim, Goa, India, Moscow, Ukraine, Russia, Russian, Europe
The circumstances surrounding eyed needles raised a number of questions. How do you alter your appearance for social purposes? “We don’t need to have eyed needles to manufacture clothing,” he said. This evidence would support the theory that eyed needles played a role in decoration, without ruling out their use for tailoring. “Our study shows that eyed needles are a marker for this change in the function of clothing, from thermal to social necessity,” he added.
Persons: , Ian Gilligan, Gilligan, ” Gilligan, , Mariana Ariza, they’re, ” It’s, Liza Foley, Foley, Nowell, ” Nowell Organizations: CNN, University of Sydney, Ghent University, Royal Museums of Art, Lansdowne, University of Victoria Locations: Siberia, Europe, East, Southeast Asia, Africa, Australia, Eurasia, Moscow, Brussels, Belgium, Canada
Vietnam is the most affordable place to live in for expats, according to a report by InterNations. Moving to a foreign country may seem like a pipe dream, but it doesn't have to break the bank. For the fourth consecutive year, Vietnam is the most affordable country in the world for expats, ranking first out of 53 destinations when it comes to personal finances, according to a 2024 InterNations study. Southeast Asia, in particular, stood out with Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand all ranking in the top 10. "Most expats agree that it's easy to find housing, and they are happy with how affordable it is."
Persons: InterNations, Chudoba Organizations: InterNations, Vietnam 2nd, CNBC Locations: Vietnam, expats, Brazil, Malaysia, Vietnam Colombia Indonesia Panama Philippines India Mexico Thailand Brazil China, Southeast Asia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand
Read previewSpeculation has been growing that North Korea could send troops to Ukraine. As of now, the prospect of North Korean soldiers being deployed to Ukraine is speculative and unlikely, experts told Business Insider. "Given what we know about nutrition in North Korea, even in the army, they might have issues," he told BI. But if it does, he added that North Korean soldiers may "simply" be helping rebuild a destroyed city like Mariupol. Bennett, from RAND, said he thinks it is "fairly likely" that North Korea will send troops to Ukraine, without elaborating further.
Persons: , Pat Ryder, Edward Howell, John Hardie, Evans Revere, Albright, Revere, George W, Bush, Bruce Bennett, Kim Jong Un, Bennett, Kim, Wallace Gregson, Benjamin Young, Young, Guns, Hardie, Howell Organizations: Service, South Korea's, Chosun, Korean, Business, Pentagon, Military Commission, Institute, North, Korea, Chatham, Programme, Foundation for Defense of Democracies, Korean People's Army, Group, East, RAND, US Marine Corps, Pacific Security Affairs, Chatham House, Virginia Commonwealth University, Great Locations: Korea, Ukraine, Russia, North Korea, South, Chatham House's Asia, Korean, East Asia, Pacific, South Korea, Koreans, Howell, Chatham, Europe, Mariupol
His name was Jim Dollinger. Dean Jim Dollinger, if you want to be professional about it. For two years, he watched the implosion of my dismal high school career from his administrative perch as dean of students. My situation was this: I was finishing my sophomore year of high school and had probably attended fewer days than I’d missed. I’d failed nearly all my classes, and my transcript boasted a 0.47.
Persons: hadn’t, he’d, Jim Dollinger, Dean Jim Dollinger, , I’d Organizations: Southwest, The Chicago Tribune, Locations: Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Southeast Asia, West, Southwest United States
China's BYD opens EV factory in Thailand, first in Southeast Asia
  + stars: | 2024-07-04 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
China's BYD opens its first electric vehicle (EV) factory in Southeast Asia, a fast-growing regional EV market, in Rayong, Thailand, July 4, 2024. China's BYD opened an electric vehicle plant in Thailand on Thursday, the automaker's first factory in Southeast Asia, a fast-growing regional EV market where it has become the dominant player. "Thailand has a clear EV vision and is entering a new era of auto manufacturing," BYD CEO and President Wang Chuanfu said at the opening ceremony. The BYD plant is part of a wave of investment worth more than $1.44 billion from Chinese EV makers who are setting up factories in Thailand, helped by government subsidies and tax incentives. Other EV rivals in the local market include Great Wall Motor, which also has a production facility in Thailand, and U.S. automaker Tesla.
Persons: China's BYD, Wang Chuanfu, Narit Therdsteerasukdi, Liu Xueliang, Tesla Organizations: EV, HK, Toyota Motor, Honda Motor Co, Isuzu Motors, ASEAN, Thailand's, of Investment, European, BYD's, BYD's Asia Pacific, BYD, U.S Locations: Southeast Asia, Rayong, Thailand, China, Hong Kong, BYD, Hungary, BYD's China, BYD's Asia
Hong Kong CNN —There are a lot of princesses at Hong Kong Disneyland, but not the ones you think. Hair carefully coiffed, and in full makeup Liang Xiaoyu, 18, is dressed for a day out at Hong Kong Disneyland. Noemi Cassanelli/CNNAnd at Hong Kong Disneyland, Disney characters aren’t the sole fashion inspiration for dedicated fans. Li Mengru, 27, poses for a picture during an interview with CNN, at the entrance of Hong Kong Disneyland on June 7, 2024. Yang Yushen, who also goes by Kris, and his partner Jimmy Redinger like the romantic side of Hong Kong Disneyland.
Persons: “ Duffy, , Liang Xiaoyu, Noemi Cassanelli, CNN Liang, Mary Janes, Duffy, Qin Wuxiao, Jessie, it’s, Charmy Chan, Yanni Chung, Judy, Nick Wilde, , Chan, CNN Oscar Yim, Captain America, Marvel, CNN Jing Hongche, Li Sitan, CNN Charmy Chan, Chung, Li Mengru, Chen Xinyu, Li, Chen, Linda Lee, CNN Li, Cassanelli, Yang Yushen, Kris, Jimmy Redinger, Ankh Wong, Kris Yang, Yang, Zootopia, Hercules ”, Redinger, Disney, Mariko Otomo, Nozomi Yasuda, Yuka Izawa, CNN Otomo, China’s “ meng ”, Mariko Otomo kitted, Deng Chundan, CNN Deng Chundan, Le, Godiva, Chow Tai, Gen, ” Shen Jing, CNN Linda Lee, CNN Chen Xinyu, CNN Lee, CNN Chen, lacy Organizations: Hong Kong CNN, Disney, CNN, Hong Kong Baptist University, USA, Captain, Hong Kong Disneyland, Marvel, , Hong, Hong Kong Tourism, Hong Kong Locations: Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Hong, China’s Fujian, Guangdong, Japan, Arendelle, Tomorrowland, Tsim Sha Tsui, China, Southeast Asia, Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, South Korea, Grizzly Gulch, United States, Chinese, Hebei, Asia, Hangzhou
Fertility rates across OECD countries have halved since 1960, according to a new OECD report. He said the three countries are disproportionately impacted by a rapidly aging population, largely due to improved standards of living, which have a "very strong inverse relationship with fertility rates." These improved conditions have led to a greater opportunity cost for having children, Xu said. Shrinking workforceA decline in fertility rate puts pressure on the economy and the society at large as the working population shrinks. China's policy shiftsIn China, policymakers have been putting a big emphasis on "productivity growth," Xu told CNBC.
Persons: Leren Lu, Darren Tay, Erica Tay, Tianchen Xu, Xu, BMI's Tay, Tay, Maybank's Tay Organizations: OECD, BMI, Risk, United Nations, Economist Intelligence, Economic Co, National Bureau of Statistics, CNBC, Economist Intelligence Unit Locations: China, Asia, South Korea, Japan, East, Southeast Asia, Maybank
The US blocked China from importing advanced Nvidia chips in 2022, so some travelers are smuggling them in their luggage, The Wall Street Journal reported. The outlet reviewed records, including customs filings, that showed Nvidia chips were being purchased by Chinese buyers in an underground market. Related storiesThe demand for Nvidia's most advanced chips is so acute because they're regarded as crucial for training AI models. AdvertisementReuters reported in April that Chinese universities and research institutes, including the Chinese Academy of Sciences, obtained Nvidia chips through resellers. The Department of Commerce implemented the Advanced Computing Chips Rule , which makes it harder for China to import AI chips from American manufacturers.
Persons: , Nvidia didn't Organizations: Service, Nvidia, Street Journal, Business, Financial Times, Reuters, Chinese Academy of Sciences, House, of Commerce Locations: China, Beijing, Asia
“We know that the Denisovans lived, occupied the cave and this Tibetan plateau for such a long time, we really want to know, how did they live there? Analysis of bone fragments unearthed during excavations at Baishiya Karst Cave have revealed what animals Denisovans butchered, ate and processed. Traces of Denisovan DNA found in present-day people suggest the ancient species likely once lived across much of Asia. Many of the bones recovered from Baishiya Karst Cave, like this spotted hyena vertebra, contain traces of human activities such as cut marks. Unlike Denisova Cave, which was occupied by early modern humans and Neanderthals as well as Denisovans, current evidence suggests that Denisovans were the only group of humans to live at Baishiya Karst Cave, Zhang said.
Persons: CNN — Denisovans, Denisovans, , Dongju Zhang, Zhang, Denisovan, Frido Welker, Xia Li, Welker, Dongju, Samantha Brown, ” Brown Organizations: CNN, Lanzhou University, Globe, Paleoanthropology, University of Copenhagen, Mass, Junior, Palaeoproteomics, Germany’s University of Tübingen Locations: Xiahe, China’s Gansu, , China, Lanzhou, Cave, Altai, Siberia, Asia, Laos, Southeast Asia, Ganjia, Australia
Read previewOne day in January 2022, it hit me: I had outgrown my life in Japan. My first few years in Japan were exciting and dreamy, what many would expect when they imagine living in Japan. I visited stunning shrines and temples, sipped oolong-hai cocktails with friends in izakayas, spent hours exploring the streets of Shibuya — back then, Japan felt like my playground. Of course, I'm still new to the Netherlands, and I know my feelings may change with time — as they did in Japan. For now, I've decided that living in the Netherlands is what my dream life looks like.
Persons: , sipped, Marco Bottigelli, I'd, I've, I'm Organizations: Service, Business, Sun Locations: Japan, American, Tokyo, izakayas, Shibuya, , Europe, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Friendship, The Netherlands
Last week, Putin visited North Korea for the first time in 24 years. AdvertisementSouth Korea's 24-hour Yonhapnews TV shows a file image of North Korea's missile launch during a news program on a TV at Yongsan Railroad Station in Seoul. The closeness of Russia and North Korea leaves Chinese leader Xi Jinping in a rather odd spot as well. AdvertisementNow, that's seemingly only going to grow as the US and its allies watch North Korea and Russia more closely. Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un pose for a photo during a signing ceremony of the new partnership in Pyongyang, North Korea.
Persons: , Vladimir Putin, Kim Jong, it's, Putin, Kim Jae, Joe Biden isn't, Xi Jinping, Victor Cha, Joe Biden, SAUL LOEB, Kim, Donald Trump, Cha, they'll, Li Jian, Kristina Kormilitsyna, Kurt Campbell, Campbell Organizations: Service, North, Business, Getty, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Getty Images, UN, South, KCNA, REUTERS, Democratic People's, Council, Foreign Relations Locations: Ukraine, China, Korea, North Korea, Pyongyang, Russia, North, Yongsan, Seoul, North Korea's, United States, Asia, Nusa Dua, Bali, Getty Images Beijing, People's Republic of China, Beijing, Korean, South Korea, Japan, DPRK, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Russian, Sputnik, Northeast Asia
Related storiesThough Remi recruited people she knew, shadow stand-ins are often sourced from a complex online web of faceless providers. Facebook Groups are a popular forum for recruiting shadow stand-ins, providing a two-sided marketplace where workers and providers can connect to one another. The dustup highlighted a key drawback to shadow stand-ins: While alluring, things can go horribly wrong. "It required a lot of micromanaging," said a backend engineer in Pennsylvania who hired shadow stand-ins to help him juggle multiple jobs. Pay rates for shadow stand-ins are "definitely more than what people earn in their regular payday, that's for sure," he said.
Persons: Remi, Zer, couldn't, — Remi, Walter Keane, Margaret, Tim Ferriss, Raj Kumar, isn't, Kevin, Andrew, it's, Lorenzo Matteucci, Brandon Nowak, , Amber Clayton, Tim Woodruff, Woodruff, they're, Ranjan, Kiran, Rahul, Peter Steele, Michel Anteby, doesn't Organizations: Business, Labor, Verizon, Southwestern, Facebook, Amazon Web Services, BI, Companies, Corporations, Society for Human Resource Management, Secret Service, Department of, Treasury, FBI, LinkedIn, Boston University Locations: Chicago, India, Pakistan, China, Southwestern US, Atlanta, San Jose , California, Bengaluru, American Java, Southeast Asia, United States, Colorado, Southern California, Pennsylvania, Washington, Indian, Michigan, Oregon, England
An aerial view shows a Philippines Navy vessel that has been grounded since 1999 to assert the nation's sovereignty over the Second Thomas Shoal, a remote South China Sea reef also claimed by China. Experts say the latest incident represents an escalation and shows the limitations of the U.S.-Philippines Mutual Defense Treaty signed in 1951. Ezra Acayan | Getty Images News | Getty Images"The Philippines will continue to resupply the Sierra Madre, and hopefully invest in more outposts in their Exclusive Economic Zone in the South China Sea ... The Philippines defense chief has reiterated that the military would not announce its resupply missions to the shoal in advance. The country has also been working to bolster its own defense capabilities in the South China Sea with the support of the U.S.What's at stake?
Persons: Thomas, Jay Directo, Thomas Shoal, Philippines Mutual Defense Treaty, Chester Cabalza, Cabalza, Ezra Acayan, Richard Heydarian, Abdul Rahman Yaacob, Matteo Piasentini, Ferdinand Marcos Jr, Paisentini, Lowy Institute's Yaacob, Geopolitica's Organizations: Philippines Navy, Afp, Getty, U.S ., Philippines Mutual Defense, International Development, Security Cooperation, Bilateral, Philippine Coast Guard personnel, Coast Guard, University of the, U.S, Pacific Command, Philippines, Lowy, Asia Program, Philippine Navy, Sierra Madre Locations: Philippines, China, South China, Spratly, Philippine, Manila, Beijing, U.S, South, U.S . China, Washington, University of the Philippines, Philippine Government, United States, Pacific, Italian, Sierra, Asia
The debate between Donald J. Trump and President Biden had analysts in Asia fretting. During Thursday night’s debate, President Biden told former President Donald J. Trump that the United States is the “envy of the world.”After watching their performance, many of America’s friends might beg to differ. In Europe and Asia, the back-and-forth between the blustering Mr. Trump and the faltering Mr. Biden set analysts fretting — and not just about who might win the election in November. Image Mr. Biden leaving the debate stage. Kasit Piromya, Thailand’s foreign minister from 2008 to 2011 and a former ambassador to the United States, lamented the state of American politics.
Persons: Donald J, Trump, Biden, , fretting —, ” Simon Canning, ” Sergey Radchenko, Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping, , Putin, “ I’ve, Mr, Kenny Holston, François Heisbourg, Trump’s, “ I’m, Heisbourg, Radoslaw Sikorski, Marcus Aurelius, Commodus, Sikorski, Joe Biden’s, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Daniela Schwarzer, Bogdan Butkevych, “ Trump, Chan Heng Chee, Ms, Chan, Lee Byong, ’ ”, Koichi Nakano, Haiyun Jiang, Narendra Modi, Tara Kartha, , Shen Dingli, don’t, Kasit, Damien Cave, Lee Wee, Choe Sang, Vivian Wang, Camille Elemia, Mujib Mashal, Ségolène Le Stradic, Marc Santora Organizations: Johns Hopkins School, International Studies, , Mr, Russia, New York Times, Trump, Bertelsmann Foundation, Washington , D.C, Credit, Kremlin, Kyiv Independent, Biden unnerves, Institute for Far Eastern, Kyungnam University, Sophia University, The New York Times, Washington, National Security Council of, , Weibo Locations: Asia, Australian, United States, Europe, Australia, Washington, Russia, China, North Korea, Ukraine, Lebanon, Iran, Israel, Japan, South Korea, Gaza, Jerusalem, France, Washington ,, American, Ukrainian, North, Seoul, , United, Tokyo, The New York Times India, National Security Council of India, New Delhi, Beijing, India, Communist, Shanghai, U.S, Southeast Asia
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