China Boosts Semiconductor Subsidies as US Tightens Restrictions
By Arrian Ebrahimi
Further U.S. restrictions on investments in China have spurred Beijing to up the subsidy ante once again.
Pakistani Official Describes Nijjar Killing as ‘India’s Jamal Khashoggi Moment’
By Umair Jamal
In the past, Pakistan has accused India of eliminating people who threatened its control over Kashmir, but was rarely taken seriously by the international community.
Myanmar’s Military Junta Is Weaponizing Access to Life-Saving Vaccines
By Zaw Wai Soe
As with international aid shipments, basic inoculations are being distributed on the basis of political loyalty.
The Slow Militarization of India’s Space Sector
By Anuttama Banerji
Space has become securitized and militarized within the Indian strategic discourse, with technology, assets, and other infrastructure within the domain being used for military purposes.