In reference to North Korea’s meeting with countries concerned with the Korean War Armistice Agreement and the signing of a peace treaty between North and South Korea, the U.S. government announced that the Obama administration is willing to discuss a treaty, but North Korea must first return to six-party talks and [Read more]
As American government begins to see its precarious situation in Pakistan and Afghanistan, they have tried to drag China into its mess in Afghanistan and Pakistan by asking China to allow them to use the Wahan corridor for its military operations. I hope that Chinese government can detect American intentions in this strategy, and that it is wise enough to deny America’s request to use the Wahan corridor.
In almost every speech on foreign policy, Obama has repeatedly defined his strategic goal as reshaping America's image as world leader, but not giving up that role. Here, his foreign policy is no different from that of other US presidents.
No matter how advanced its technology is, no matter how abundant its resources are, an Internet company that wants to control a society’s rate of change is certainly just being arrogant.
It will still be important for nuclear states to cooperate in maintaining and strengthening non-proliferation - unless the world is prepared to accept unchecked cascades of proliferation that could lead to global nuclear anarchy.
To renounce a troop dispatch to Yemen can rid the United States of another risk for the war that could very much"resemble the "war in Afghanistan".
China must engage actively and shape U.S. policy choices!
Obama himself has admitted, “There is, of course, no foolproof solution.”