In an international conference on religious freedom he hosted in Washington from Tuesday to Thursday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo again showed how freely his tongue can wag in an effort to portray the United States as a beacon of freedom in a world that he painted as pitch-black.
Alleging that "83 per cent of [Read more]
The trade war between Beijing and Washington continues and their frictions emerge constantly, it does not seem easy for rationality to play a stable and leading role in bilateral ties,
The threat of coup d’etat from the military and organized critics of the president has been with us since the time of President Cory Aquino. This was unknown and not present during the terms of all presidents before Ferdinand Marcos.
The reason for this unlikely situation is that EDSA One, the putsch that [Read more]
Is there any hope that the fast-decoupling U.S. and Chinese governments can resolve their trade dispute, and inject a bit of pep into the weakening global economy? Yes – but the path toward a deal is narrowing.
U.S.-China confrontation is a new kind of Cold War.
For China, however, it is a simple observation of "shi,” the ancestral belief in revision of a course of action when opportunities appear.
The U.S., however, is having trouble digesting the call made last Saturday by Chinese President Xi Jinping for more countries to join Beijing’s vast infrastructure project.
It has now reached a point where it is impossible to debate with some American elites.