Choices about whom he will speak to will be made at Trump Towers, not in Beijing.
Donald Trump recently thumbed his nose at U.S. President Barack Obama by claiming that the president was the "founder" of the Islamic State group, the Republican nominee threw his adversary Hillary Clinton into the bargain as well, for being Obama's right-hand woman. And although we may often dismiss or disapprove of [Read more]
The battle of wills between two powers is beginning.
The CCP and Russia were once close to the United States, but U.S. actions have since driven the two mutual adversaries into each other’s arms.
The era in which America can unilaterally decide the status of the Taiwan Strait has ended, and it’s of no use for America to make any promises.
Every verbal statement or turn of phrase that Trump delivers comes from Christie.
Simply put, the rise of Trump represents the rise conservatism, nationalism and protectionism in the American populace as well as pushback against globalization, free trade, immigration, terrorism and the rise of developing nations.
In this 21st century strategic battle between West Pacific missiles and silver bullets, who will come out ahead?