The U.S. president is ratcheting up volatility in major pockets of potential armed conflict identified by analysts.
What China seeks is not to challenge matters outside the international system, not to start from scratch outside the international order, but rather, it seeks room for development in the international order and a bigger role in the overall system.
<i>[As] the U.S. reorients itself toward Asia, what is the best response to the strengthening China? Is the Cold War the model? Europe will feel this change.</i>
"Let the dragon sleep. If he wakes, he will shake the world," as Napoleon is supposed to have warned. He was talking about China. Now the time has come. [Read more]
Almost a decade ago, the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) published the report "Building a North American Community," in which it proposed the building of an economic and security partnership, which could be defined as comprising a common external tariff and an internal security perimeter. This proposal is still a [Read more]