The Asia-Pacific Policy Report Card series provides bite-sized analyses of recent policy developments affecting countries around the Asia-Pacific region. It aims to educate the public about key policy issues, stimulate dialogue and research, and outline important considerations for future policymaking in the region. Check out all posts in the Asia-Pacific Policy Report Card series to learn more about what’s happening in the region.
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China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy has announced that it will hold live-fire military exercises in the Taiwan Strait on April 18, 2018, making it the first time it has held such drills since September 2015.
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Following a year of tit-for-tat insults and not-so-veiled threats between the heads of state of North Korea and the United States, the White House made the unexpected announcement earlier this month that President Donald Trump planned to meet Chairman Kim Jong-un in person in April 2018.
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