Make no mistake: the Obama administration’s “pivot to Asia” is all about containing China.
The U.S. government may be legally obligated to defend Japan.
Can China manage an effective partnership with both Sudans?
Withdrawing U.S. troops from the Korean peninsula could kickstart diplomatic progress in Northeast Asia–and save billions of dollars to boot.
Will Hegel follow in Panetta’s ideological footsteps when it comes to the Air-Sea, Cold War style battle in the Pacific?
“Soft power” doesn’t work when it’s a fig leaf for military dominance.
Its capabilities are limited, but so is its mission.
China portrays Africa as a partner in common prosperity, rather than a “doomed continent” requiring aid.
The climate conference in Doha is a diplomatic charade masquerading as a serious climate negotiation.
A Southeast Asian radical looks back on China’s transformation.
The final stretch of the 2012 campaign has turned into a bipartisan exercise in imperial chest-thumping.
The growing U.S. military presence in Asia could backfire, giving birth to what it ostensibly seeks to prevent.
Neither Obama nor Romney is being honest when it comes to U.S. trade with China.
A new CSIS report is indicative of the American foreign policy establishment’s contempt for Japan.
Some among Japan’s ruling elite seek to rid the country of its “nuclear allergy.”