[T]he substance of American foreign and security policies under Trump consists of hearsay, gut feelings and remarkable ignorance.
Trumpism is nothing but a few minor unrelated matters ... loudly pronounced by someone who will not understand tomorrow what he said today.
Donald Trump has got rid of a hardliner with the dismissal of John Bolton, the president’s third National Security Advisor in less than four years in power.
While pivotal appointments are often off the merry-go-round, the occasional shuffling of the team underlines the discord at the helm of the White House and the [Read more]
In retrospect, it’s amazing how long John Bolton, President Donald Trump’s national security advisor, endured.
The U.S., like the West as a whole, continues to adopt a highly inconsistent policy toward Russia.
Why should the US leave Afghanistan? After all, it offered the US an ideal location to set up a listening post to spy on China and Russia. At present, in Central Asia, the US military presence is almost zero. Therefore, Afghanistan, on the southern belly of Central Asia, which is Russia’s backyard and China’s [Read more]
Why is the Middle East betting on Beijing, and to what extent can China fill the political void left by the diminishing American presence in the region?
If you still have doubts as to whether the nuclear arms race has been revived, it is unfortunately time to sweep them away.
Taiwan has been specifically chosen by the Donald Trump administration (and several political circles) as a premium location from which to contain and change the Communist Party of China.