TCSS Security Commentaries #027 Turkey may also use its experiences to fructify the grain corridor agreement to resolve the energy and migration crises. Diren Dogan, Alanya Alaaddin Keykubat University, Turkey UN Secretary-General Guterres and Turkey's President Erdoğan at the Black Sea Grain Corridor signing ceremony in Istanbul (Source: UNIC Ankara/Levent Kulu) The agreement, abbreviated as … Continue reading Black Sea Grain Corridor Agreement: Risks behind Opportunities for Turkey
TCSS Security Commentaries #027 For regional countries that availed loans and grants from earlier regional initiatives, especially China's BRI, the interest rates have heavily burdened their economy aside from the global recession resulting from the pandemic. Brian Castro, TCSS G7 heads of state and government met with representatives of partner countries and international organisations. (Source: … Continue reading G7 Communiqué & PGII: Reining in the Global Turbulence and Response to Security Risks
Since economic recovery and regional security have become the two most important priorities for ASEAN at this moment, China seems to be the most understanding and comes as a reliable partner. Elpeni Fitrah Photo: Xinhuanet.com China marked the 30th anniversary of establishing its dialogue relations with ASEAN by hosting an in-person special ASEAN-China Foreign … Continue reading Harmonizing between Chances and Challenges, ASEAN Moves Closer to China: A Report to the 30th Anniversary of Dialogue Relations between ASEAN-China
“THANK HEAVEN WE ARE HERE TODAY. TO SEE THE SUN THROUGH PARTING FOG AND CLOUDS”, THE TALES OF KIEU, THEN-VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN, 2015. Thuong Nguyen Joe Biden shook hands with General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong at a luncheon at the U.S. State Department in Washington, D.C., on July 7, 2015. From the first term … Continue reading Vietnam – US Relations Under a Biden Presidency
TCSS Security Commentaries #018 AFTER THE G7 AND NATO SUMMITS, THE QUESTION ARISES ONCE MORE HOW MUCH INFLUENCE CHINA WILL EXERT IN ITS PLANS FOR GLOBAL CONNECTIVITY IN TRADE, INFRASTRUCTURE, AND INVESTMENTS. THE MIDDLE CORRIDOR PROJECT (MC) IS IN A POSITION TO HARMONIZE AND PERHAPS KEEP GROUNDED INFRASTRUCTURE PLANS IN THE REGION. Diren Dogen, Visiting … Continue reading Who Holds the Future of the Middle Corridor?
TCSS Security Commentaries #019 “SHOW US THE WAY. WE WANT TO GROW WITH THE BASE THE STATE HAS—BLESSED WITH NATURAL RESOURCES, BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE, HUMAN RESOURCES AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY—” STALIN ADDRESSING THE FIRST MEETING OF THE CM-EAC (ECONOMIC ADVISORY COUNCIL), VIRTUALLY ON JULY 9TH. Aswini Kumar, Taiwan Center for Security Studies Eager to bring the best … Continue reading The “Dream Team” of International Economists to Direct Tamilnadu CM for Inclusive Growth