Over the last decade since the introduction of the BRI, the growing China-Indonesia cooperation has released new drivers of growth for the development of the two countries.
China is spending 2.4 percent of its GDP on research and development; from electric vehicles to renewable energy technology, the direction of travel on making China green-energy efficient has to be a top priority and it’s a direction of travel that should continue.
The significance of the 20th CPC National Congress is not only will it set the agenda for the ensuing five years, it will also draft the roadmap for the next 13 years to 2035 and sharpen the vision for 2049.
China and ASEAN enjoy broad prospects for cooperation in the development and promotion of rice breeding technology.
The development is logically consistent with ASEAN’s commitment to boosting ASEAN-U.S. relations. Essentially, it was ASEAN’s diplomatic choice to navigate relations with America and secure greater value in competition between major countries.
Growing dissent against the death penalty is unprecedentedly visible in Singapore, but the government is not expected to make a U-turn from its long-standing stance.
Marcos Jr. has repeatedly said that the Philippines is in a delicate situation to maintain both a special relationship with the U.S. and a good relationship with China.