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Japan, Vietnam sign defence transfer deal amid China’s growing assertiveness in disputed regions

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In the face of China’s increasing assertiveness in the South China Seas, Japan and Vietnam have signed a new defence agreement that would see Japanese-made defence equipment and technology sent to Hanoi. The agreement was signed on Saturday in Hanoi, during Japanese Defense Minister Nobuo […]

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Alibaba-backed funds invests in Homefarm

Alibaba group backed eWTP Technology and Innovation Fund has made an undisclosed investment in the Vietnamese retail chain Homefarm. The investment by eWTP Technology and Innovation Fund is a “seven-digit figure,” the company’s CEO Tran Van Truong told DealStreetAsia. Homefarm was founded in 2014 by […]

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President Moon to receive monthly pension of 14 million won after retirement

According to the government’s budget plan for 2022 on Thursday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in will receive an annual pension of 166.9 million won ($142,500) along with other benefits after his retirement in May next year. Under the Honourable Treatment of Ex-Presidents Act, a former […]

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MOFA Applaud Japan’s Interest For A Peaceful Taiwan Strait

Kishi Nobuo, Japan’s defence minister, said in an interview on Tuesday that Japan cannot “remain outside” of Taiwanese developments. According to him, as Taiwan and Japan share similar ideals and are close neighbours, the fate of the country is critical to Japan’s security. Another statesman, […]

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A Situational Analysis On Eastern Partnership & Its Relation With European Union

Abstract This contribution is aimed at situationally analyzing the interrelation between Eastern Partnership (EoP) and European Union (EU) by encompassing the projection of EU’s normative and/or geopolitical actorness within the region. Through its fundamental roots, particular components which generate the profound evolution of EaP such […]

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India and South Korea: A bilateral heading in the right direction

With the geopolitical uncertainty increasing with challenges such as rising China, COVID-19 pandemic, and seemingly retrenchment of U.S. in the International geopolitical game. There is a shifting geopolitical dynamic being reinforced. This has raised some doubts with U.S. partners, allies, and friends of the extent […]

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Turbulent geopolitical climate brings Xi Jinping and Joe Biden to have a telephonic conversation

Joe Biden appears to be saving face by cooperating with China after committing the largest geopolitical error in US history. According to a senior US official, US President Joe Biden spoke by phone with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping for almost 90 minutes on Thursday, […]

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Hong Kong’s Next Digital media group wind-up files, board quits

The Next Digital Ltd media firm of Hong Kong declared on Sunday its intention to wind it up and resigned its management board to facilitate the process. Its owner, Jimmy Lai, has been behind bars since the police officers raided its newsroom to investigate whether […]

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Japanese Minister of COVID-19 Kono, a popular choice among PM voters.

After Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s shocking announcement of his resignation,the leadership race in the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) is leading to a turmoil, with a flurry of candidates competing for first place. Japan’s minister in charge of combating Covid-19 and a popular candidate for […]

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Australia to Diversify its Economy and Reduce its Reliance on China

Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg on Monday said Australia must diversify its economy to protect itself from economic over reliance on China, its largest trading partner. He alerted the country’s businesses to brace for new tensions with Beijing. Australia’s relations with China has gone bitter after […]

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