China uses North Korea as a pawn for its own interests, bearing in mind that the reunification of the Korean Peninsula under the U.S. flag would be a possibility to absolutely avoid.
Great empires and countries often fall victim to hubris.
The relationship between America and China is at a “pivot point.”
As long as Donald Trump remains in power, a unique kind of dichotomy will exist in China-U.S. relations for a long time, because the U.S. wants to uphold its ideal of “America First” without having to disappoint its allies, and it wants to improve China-U.S. relations without losing its influence in the [Read more]
Facing this kind of colossus, the USS Fitzgerald should have taken care.
Manila ... has turned from the plaything of two superpowers into a full-fledged member of the Pacific strategic party.
China will not allow any country or any person to use the Taiwan issue to control China’s fate.
<i>Beijing gave off the outward appearance of Trump’s election not being important – but elites are utterly shaken.</i>
The whole world switched to crisis mode because of the U.S. presidential election. Only China gave off the appearance of being unconcerned – just like normal, as if the election results [Read more]
It is not possible to describe the trajectory of China’s rise in recent years as anything but meteoric.
Since the end of last year, American foreign policy in the South China Sea has undergone significant adjustments, particularly in the development of America’s strategic approach to Chinese military affairs. One such example is the establishment of five new military bases in the Philippines. This new development is in [Read more]