Posts Tagged: China
When Congress meets for its lame-duck session after the elections, it should resist pressure to pass the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Is the United States on the verge of enshrining humanitarian intervention as a bedrock principle of foreign policy?
The solution to the global economic and environmental crisis lies in China's past.
China offers two contrasting visions: of regional economic growth and nationalist competition. Which will it ultimately choose?
The Philippines won a huge legal victory against China on a long-running territorial dispute. But Manila's alliance with Washington may make it all for nothing.
After the IMF admitted that neoliberalism was “oversold,” could China help developing countries thrive with an expanded Hong Kong?
Astounding increases in the danger of nuclear weapons have paralleled provocative foreign policy decisions that needlessly incite tensions between Washington and Moscow.
Noted journalist John Pilger talks about China, Okinawa, and U.S. policy in Asia.
It may not be long before there’s a military confrontation between the U.S. and what military officials call “a higher end threat,” presumably Russia or China.
Tensions are ratcheting up between China and the United States over maritime boundaries in Asia.