<b>Now Is the Time To Share Our Opinions with the Government</b>
An assembly among the heads of negotiations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which consists of 12 countries, including Japan and America, was held in Beijing, China. Though Japan and America concentrated on the negotiations, they were unable to reach [Read more]
For its part, Beijing fears that the U.S. has not, in fact, accepted the inevitability of China’s rise. Instead, it is working to consolidate its hegemony in Asia, thwarting the expansion of China’s influence and working with other nations, in particular its allies, to contain China.
There is no question that the leaders of the next generation are younger and more diverse than ever before.
This is a golden opportunity for the U.S. to survey the defense needs and problems of its old ally and take care of these needs.
President Obama’s recent U.S.-African Leaders Summit was another example of America’s commitment to Africa.
Russia is right to put warplanes on patrol near US airspace. This is not Putin trying to be provocative or flaunting expansionist ambitions. It is simply Russia giving a taste of American medicine back and in language that the arrogant warmongers in Washington will understand.
With two years left of his presidency, Obama looks like a sitting duck. His weakened stance in American politics has led to an awkward presence at summits in the Far East.
America, the country of “subprimes,” the instigator of crises, is the one that got back on its feet the quickest. It remains to be seen if its new growth is sustainable or if it is simply a result of “anabolic steroids” administered by the Federal Reserve.
In a narrow sense, as Washington neoconservatives see it, who controls Syria could control the Middle East.