Since only China and Russia can compete with the US in space, they naturally become the main targets of this new change in the US military.
China’s actions in the South China Sea may be even more brazen. This month marks the sixth anniversary of the country’s launch of a massive land-reclamation program in the highly strategic corridor...
A cold war now looms when the two countries should have been celebrating 40 years of official relations – restraint and common sense are needed to avoid making the situation any worse.
Such strong reactions stem from the lack of understanding and even misunderstanding of China.
The responses among many traditional U.S. allies and partners to these twin trends — a more assertive China and a more uncertain U.S. — have been varied.
If ... the World Bank surrenders to the onslaught of the U.S. president ... it will not only discredit itself ... but will also open the way for U.S. pressure on other international organizations.
The future of China-U.S. relations must not follow the path drawn by the radical American elite.
With the cold war over and the Soviet Union no more, the 29-member self-defence organisation has, under pressure from Donald Trump, wrongly turned its attention to China.
The United States is schizophrenic, with President Donald Trump an unabashed admirer of Moscow while the rest of his government sees in it a new Soviet Union.
Trump’s public support would be the kiss of death. It would send Jeremy Corbyn into hog-heaven, giving a turbo-boost to his claim that the Tories are bent on selling off chunks of the NHS to American companies.