<i>The supposed struggle against local and international communism in the context of the Cold War logically led to an increased connection with the United States. Military populists at the time, represented by Juan Domingo Peron, who was granted asylum after being overthrown in 1957, and Manuel Odria of Peru, were [Read more]
A U.S. president requesting aid directly from South Korea to overcome a domestic disaster is an unprecedented move.
Because the U.S. government is incapable of implementing effective containment strategies, it has embraced the dishonest practice of blaming China in order to absolve itself of responsibility.
After 18 years of a pointless war, by withdrawing haphazardly, the U.S. is now leaving Afghan men and women to their fates.
It has been one more war in the strange times in which we live, in which nobody wins the wars, but rather everyone loses.
[T]he U.S. should make diplomatic efforts to avoid placing Korea in the same category as China.
India is one of the Asian countries where Trump can see a reflection of his own protectionism.
[W]ho are we electing if that person does not even know the name of the president of Mexico?
America has extended its tendency to politicize everything to its response to the coronavirus, resulting in seriously misleading the American public.
In general, it would be ideal to ease the sense of a global battle, the prospect of which has cast doubt on plans made by the Chinese leadership.