Regions / China
If Donald Trump wins and pulls the U.S. out of its climate change commitments, some countries wonder, why should they keep their own?
China appears to be on the cusp of becoming the world’s foremost research and development engine.
If the U.S. and China think they can grow at each other's expense, they're snookering themselves.
The price of putting the fear of the nuclear god in China.
In minimizing U.S. resort to violence, President Obama has brought conflict resolution to the Oval Office.
Hawaii's members of Congress sit at the linchpin of a huge realignment of U.S. military power. Good luck getting them to talk about it.
Wait until North Korea has a few more nuclear weapons.
Clinton’s foreign policy is more polite than the "make the sands glow" atavism of the GOP. But in the end, it’s death and destruction in a different packaging.
The United States has little to gain and everything to lose by maintaining a belligerent posture toward China.
The steady track towards stability and prosperity that China and most developing countries seem to be on is driven by a new form of self-reliance.