With the War on Terror officially on the back burner, Russia and China have once again become the United States’ preferred “rivals,” being the superpowers in competition with America for world dominance. President Donald Trump himself made it official during his first speech on national security strategy last [Read more]
While Donald Trump dallies around with those attacking the mass media, European governments and digital platforms worry about fake news.
The Russian government, by the look of things, is trying to be in the vanguard of the fight against a worldwide Big Brother.
Establishing mutual trust between China and America is a critical and long-term task.
<i>The Chinese president started his first state visit to the U.S. on Tuesday.</i>
The anecdote speaks volumes about the level of mistrust between the world’s two superpowers: During his upcoming visit to New York for the U.N. General Assembly, Barack Obama will not be staying at the legendary Waldorf Astoria, [Read more]
In short, turning troubles and challenges into opportunities for cooperation, and constantly developing examples such as that on anti-corruption, will become the new normal for China-U.S. relations.