The United States must become innovative at innovation again – but more importantly, the country must understand the deep disadvantages of its zero-sum approach.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s trip to Iran to help ease the confrontation between Washington and Tehran has been an unusual diplomatic attempt at peace mediation by the leader of Japan, a pacifist nation in the Far East.
Abe should continue acting as a fair and effective peace mediator to set a precedent for [Read more]
The United States’ role in Libya has varied from a very active one under the Obama administration into a more predictive and sit-and-see role under the Trump administration, which has engaged very little over the last two years in Libya.
An incident that has taken place this week is an alarm that should be heard [Read more]
Current US and EU foreign policy embodies fascism in terms of its aspect combining corporate power with State power and policy.
One thing is clear: as Mr. Trump takes a wrecking ball to years of carefully nurtured US-China trade relations, Huawei won't be the only victim.
Trump's action is based on aggressive and selfish logic. For a start, vehicle imports do not constitute a threat to security.
U.S.-China confrontation is a new kind of Cold War.
DONALD Trump is well known for his desire to cut American military commitments overseas. Indeed, it is one of his most attractive characteristics. But his attention span is short, he plays a lot of golf, and he does not have the knack of choosing good advisers.
His main domestic advisers on the Middle East are [Read more]
Amid the dramatic changes on the Korean Peninsula last year, many people thought that the emergence of US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was a providential opportunity. That idea was grounded in the belief that Trump is different from the US presidents that have preceded him, and that Kim is [Read more]