The U.S. has several goals in selling weapons to Taiwan: to make money, maintain the influence of the United States on Taiwan, and contain China.
His Asian tour ... is a new illustration of his immense talent for spectacle.
[T]he U.S. has made it clear that its active measures in Venezuela have come to an end.
[I]n the face of nuclear blackmail from the U.S., China has not flinched and does not believe that survival depends on surrender.
Who is the No. 1 disrupter of international stability? Undeniably and plainly speaking, it’s the United States.
[N]ow that the chain of command in the U.S. is in tatters, it’s not clear who can start a war.
'[F]ixating on scapegoats is apparently much easier than taking a long, hard look in the mirror.'
After dealing with the U.S. for so long ... we must look out for ourselves.
[T]he confrontation between the U.S. and China has slowly spread to all levels of society, spiraling into a toxic situation.
Pakistan, once again, finds itself in the middle of a global power struggle: There is a seismic shift in the global power structure that has been triggered by American President Donald J. Trump.