[T]he turning point will come if and when the Europeans have to start paying for the fight with China themselves.
Due to a combination of incompetence and ideology, Trump’s administration has stopped playing the multilateralism game, and China has filled the vacuum.
So here we are. The world's two leading economic powers are competing via tweet in the middle of a global pandemic.
The passage of this law has brought about optimism and confidence in U.S.-Taiwan relations.
America has significantly rolled back its contribution to global preparedness to combat pandemics.
[T]he U.S. should make diplomatic efforts to avoid placing Korea in the same category as China.
Due to its own history, Germany has become the European power that most resolutely supports collective, multilateral policies and their institutions.
The unilateral turn taken by the White House ... represents a danger to peace in the Near East.
With regard to both form and substance, the boor of Washington has redefined everything one thought one knew about democracy and its rules in the world’s foremost economic power.
This year, China is the country that has the largest number of embassies, consulates and permanent delegations, specifically 276, which is three more than the U.S.