... as long as the world’s first nuclear superpower, the United States, continues to pursue an arbitrary nuclear policy, the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty will be difficult to enforce and the global trend of rampant nuclear proliferation will not be able to effectively be contained.
Western countries have been trying to "colonize" the production of rice, wheat, potato and other food products, too. Li says such seeds are more dangerous to China's national security than opium in the 19th century.
Two high-level U.S. officials considered to be the most well-educated on Chinese and American relations are U.S. Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg and National Security Council Director for Asian affairs James Bader. When these two scholars were appointed a year ago, it was hailed as the meteoric rise of the [Read more]
(A Theory) Autumn Column: Why the Chinese Worship Money More Than Americans
The whole world, including China, for various reasons, has always had a special impression of the USA. The belief in American society is that "money has the highest value," and Americans are greedy in nature. However, according to a recent [Read more]
For years, the US has been refusing to consider adopting a policy of no-first-use of nuclear weapons, citing the needs of its strategic allies as an excuse. So there is reason to believe that the appeal of its two important allies in Asia and Europe may have prompted the Obama administration to carry out a "nuclear posture review".
Some scholars believe America lacks the ability to eradicate the power of the Taliban, meaning the U.S. must rely on some kind of pact made between Kayani’s three intelligence agencies and the Taliban.