Resilience based on domestic strengths, independent of the international environment, is the best means to deter troublesome neighbors.
[T]he U.S. has not relaxed the military precautions it has taken in the Western Pacific during the pandemic.
A prime example of how China is overtaking its overseas competitors is the facial recognition firm Megvii.
There is a case for an inquiry into events in China, but it has nothing to do with a politically convenient dossier about a Wuhan lab.
What COVID-19 has clearly revealed is a potential path to war between the US and China; not a proxy war but a direct confrontation.
The U.S. stubbornly regards China as a rival, and to achieve its goals, Washington cares only about its political stand and is not interested in determining right or wrong.
A strong Philippine-American alliance is essential to check maritime expansion; both countries frequently conduct joint military exercises to restrain China.
Now, by taking on Iran, Trump could relieve pressure on Beijing and undermine the fundamental shift in the China policy he initiated.
China’s actions in the South China Sea may be even more brazen. This month marks the sixth anniversary of the country’s launch of a massive land-reclamation program in the highly strategic corridor...
A cold war now looms when the two countries should have been celebrating 40 years of official relations – restraint and common sense are needed to avoid making the situation any worse.