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September Spotlight

Volume 30: Assessing effects of China’s soft power influence in the Solomon Islands

International recognition of Taiwan is waning, suggesting diminished support for the independent state living in the shadow of the People’s Republic of China (PRC). In 2019, Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare said his country would recognize the “One China” principle and stand on the “right side of history” by switching its diplomatic relationship from Taiwan to the PRC. See how Maxar experts used high-resolution imagery, Vivid basemaps and comprehensive analytic reports to evaluate road expansion and infrastructure development, provide contextual mapping layers and deliver insight by harnessing the collective power of proprietary and open-source information.

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Past Spotlights

Vol. 29 | July 2021

Applying Earth Intelligence to understand humanitarian and security challenges in Ethiopia

Vol. 28 | May 2021

Leveraging high-resolution imagery for insight into violent extremism in Mozambique

Vol. 27 | February 2021

Using geospatial analytics to understand climate change and water management in Central Asia

Vol. 26 | December 2020

Implications of Climate Change in the Arctic

Vol. 25 | October 2020

Energy exploration and escalating disputes in the Eastern Mediterranean

Vol. 24 | September 2020

Gang violence in Guatemala City

Vol. 23 | July 2020

Minimizing the impact of desert locust swarms in East Africa

Vol. 22 | May 2020

Identifying vulnerable urban areas in Algiers through remote sensing

Vol. 21 | March 2020

A new coronavirus epicenter: misinformation and negligence in Iran

Vol. 20 | February 2020

Using space-based intelligence to understand and respond to Australian bushfires

Vol. 19 | January 2020

Methamphetamine in Afghanistan: New Methods Bolster an Already Booming Drug Economy

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