US President Donald Trump has already proclaimed that Boris Johnson, Britain’s new prime minister, is popular because he is seen as “Britain Trump” (sic). After all, both politicians are widely seen as having a “populist” style. For cynics, this implies a willingness to tell blindingly obvious untruths if [Read more]
MANILA, Philippines — The presence of the US Coast Guard in the disputed South China Sea is meant to model maritime governance, an American admiral said.
Adm. Karl Shultz, commandant of the US Coast Guard, noted that their operations in the area have surged upon the request of Indo-Pacific commander under the US [Read more]
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.