Posts Tagged: China
Those protesting Beijing's hosting of the summer Olympics are simply stoking patriotic feelings within China, argues James Nolt.
A military threat to the United States? An economic powerhouse? More likely a Potemkin Village.
The new Cuban leadership is contemplating neoliberal economic reforms but democracy is still off the table.
Australia charts a brand new foreign policy.
Northeast Asia heaved a sigh of relief at the latest news of a breakthrough in the nuclear negotiations with North Korea.
The West is seriously misreading what is going on in Tibet.
Washington must balance human rights and regional stability in its response to Beijing over Tibet.
By shooting a crippled spy satellite, the U.S. moved closer to weaponizing space, which could prove cataclysmic.
The bulk of the enormous U.S. military budget is earmarked not for fighting terrorism but for the next cold war.
Although the United States closed its bases in the Philippines in 1991, it has nevertheless managed to deepen its military presence and intervention in the islands.