Illustration: Craig Stephens
Opinion | To avert war over Taiwan, US must breathe life back into one-China policy
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Beijing still has strategic patience and that is a chance for Washington to avoid sleepwalking into a costly and damaging conflict. It can start by encouraging Taiwan to accept the 1992 consensus, and discouraging US officials from visiting Taiwan.

Illustration: Craig Stephens
Opinion | To avert war over Taiwan, US must breathe life back into one-China policy

Beijing still has strategic patience and that is a chance for Washington to avoid sleepwalking into a costly and damaging conflict. It can start by encouraging Taiwan to accept the 1992 consensus, and discouraging US officials from visiting Taiwan.

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A woman passes a bank currency advertisement in Seoul, South Korea, on September 23. Photo: AP
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With interest rates rising, markets are waking up to what central banks already know: that inflation isn’t coming down and there won’t be a swift return to easy money. This policy unravelling is going to be painful, but may be necessary to purge the worst excesses of the past decade.

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Opinion | Don’t let China’s ‘coal boom’ enable backsliding on climate pledges

China’s surge in coal production to handle rising electricity demand is not a boom but rather an act of crisis management. The sight of new coal power plants being built and Beijing having second thoughts about its climate commitments should be a huge concern.

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Opinion | To avert war over Taiwan, US must breathe life back into one-China policy
1 hour ago
Macroscope | As the collapsing global economy proves, there is no magic money tree
3 hours ago
Opinion | Don’t let China’s ‘coal boom’ enable backsliding on climate pledges
5 hours ago
Editorial | Taiwan film awards a political minefield

Hong Kong filmmakers are being urged to think twice before attending the ceremony for the Golden Horse Awards for fear that untoward comments during the event could see their work banned in mainland China or worse, fall afoul of the national security law.

6 hours ago
Editorial | Strong actions from leaders can help Hong Kong tackle budget deficit

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Illustration: Craig Stephens
Opinion | To avert war over Taiwan, US must breathe life back into one-China policy

Beijing still has strategic patience and that is a chance for Washington to avoid sleepwalking into a costly and damaging conflict. It can start by encouraging Taiwan to accept the 1992 consensus, and discouraging US officials from visiting Taiwan.

1 hour ago
Macroscope | As the collapsing global economy proves, there is no magic money tree

With interest rates rising, markets are waking up to what central banks already know: that inflation isn’t coming down and there won’t be a swift return to easy money. This policy unravelling is going to be painful, but may be necessary to purge the worst excesses of the past decade.

With interest rates rising, markets are waking up to what central banks already know: that inflation isn’t coming down and there won’t be a swift return to easy money. This policy unravelling is going to be painful, but may be necessary to purge the worst excesses of the past decade.

3 hours ago
As the collapsing global economy proves, there is no magic money tree
Opinion | Don’t let China’s ‘coal boom’ enable backsliding on climate pledges

China’s surge in coal production to handle rising electricity demand is not a boom but rather an act of crisis management. The sight of new coal power plants being built and Beijing having second thoughts about its climate commitments should be a huge concern.

China’s surge in coal production to handle rising electricity demand is not a boom but rather an act of crisis management. The sight of new coal power plants being built and Beijing having second thoughts about its climate commitments should be a huge concern.

5 hours ago
Don’t let China’s ‘coal boom’ enable backsliding on climate pledges
Illustration: Craig Stephens
Opinion | To avert war over Taiwan, US must breathe life back into one-China policy
1 hour ago
Macroscope | As the collapsing global economy proves, there is no magic money tree

With interest rates rising, markets are waking up to what central banks already know: that inflation isn’t coming down and there won’t be a swift return to easy money. This policy unravelling is going to be painful, but may be necessary to purge the worst excesses of the past decade.

3 hours ago

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