It’s inconceivable that the U.S. and China would fight a war, but a generation ago it was inconceivable that Hanoi and Washington would be comrades in arms.
In an international climate that has grown increasingly unstable... it is still as important as ever to understand what strategic ploys the “lone superpower” America has up its sleeves.
The U.S. and Singapore issued a joint statement from Washington on Dec. 7. Singapore agreed to [allow] the U.S. to perform regular, short-term deployments of P-8 anti-submarine surveillance aircraft from Singapore.
In its strategy of "rebalancing the Asia-Pacific," the U.S. is adding weight to the Singaporean scale. [Read more]
No matter how hard we try, there is a limit to how much America and Japan can hold down China’s forceful actions by themselves.
How much of the Australia-U.S. military alliance is targeting China? This problem needs to be answered from two perspectives, that of the U.S. and of Australia as well. America’s primary strategic goal in the Asia-Pacific region is to repress China, and the Australia-U.S. alliance, like the Japan-U.S. alliance, is a [Read more]
America’s hegemonic strategy is casting a shadow on the safe development in many regions of the world. It is due to a declining America who cannot help but move to “rule by chaos,” as in manipulating chaotic situations to control regions, from “rule by order” as its strategy. “Rule by chaos” is a [Read more]