China needs to have a plan to prepare for war on the Korean Peninsula.
When the Trump administration finally does come to its senses and begins weighing the pros and cons, it will find that launching a trade war with China would be a losing proposition.
Clearly, America’s “balance” strategy has been swinging, never for peace or justice but purely for its own interests.
Trade between the U.S. and China has long been the ballast of U.S.-Sino relations, but since Trump was elected president, concerns for the future of U.S.-Sino trade have been increasing. This is because the new president has claimed that he wants China to be classified as an “exchange rate manipulator,” and this is [Read more]
If Trump and his advisers are faithful to their principles, we must be prepared for sudden changes in the global trading system.
During the election campaign, Donald Trump had already announced a rearmament plan meant to bring the Pentagon’s budget back to levels reminiscent of the most violent years of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Under the slogan “Make America Great Again,” Trump promised to bolster defense. More specifically, this [Read more]
Instability in the U.S.-European alliance will cause worldwide instability, Japan included.
The Joint Communiqué of the United States of America and the People’s Republic of China (Shanghai Communiqué) signed in 1972, together with the Joint Communiqué on the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations published at the end of 1978, and the Aug. 17 Communiqué published in 1982, laid the foundation for [Read more]
Trump’s rise to power at this time is a symbol of a counterstrike by the generations of the industrial age.
As they deal with the current state of the nation, how are the Republican Party and the Democratic Party — Trump and his opponents, respectively — ever going to settle the ever-expanding social divergence in the U.S.?