Taiwan has been specifically chosen by the Donald Trump administration (and several political circles) as a premium location from which to contain and change the Communist Party of China.
Trump cannot prevent China's rise. Washington's days as world power number one are numbered.
As long as Donald Trump remains in power, a unique kind of dichotomy will exist in China-U.S. relations for a long time, because the U.S. wants to uphold its ideal of “America First” without having to disappoint its allies, and it wants to improve China-U.S. relations without losing its influence in the [Read more]
There is a price to pay for being a global hegemony, and America deserves all the consequences.
If the United States insists upon "butting heads" with China and stirring up trouble in the South China Sea, that creates an entirely separate situation, and the United States will pay the price for its strategic and tactical bias, as well as its arrogance.