It could be in for a long-overdue democratic renewal.
Beijing’s claims in Asia look extravagant, however, they are as valid as those made by the United States against Mexico and Great Britain in the mid-19th century.
"The fundamental logic of the Agreed Framework was sound."
For those who hold out the possibility of a cooperative and mutually beneficial U.S.-China relationship, the new book Meeting China Halfway will be a welcome shot in the arm.
"Both the military and the private sector should be seeking out, encouraging, and growing team-of-team leaders."
U.S. leadership and military superiority are required to keep this and other disputes in the Asia-Pacific region from getting out of hand.
Debt levels may be enormous, but interest payments aren't at historical highs.
China and Japan each need leaders who will use history strategically to craft a productive future, not just flick at an unpleasant past for domestic political advantage.
Exaggerating China’s actions in the South China Sea threatens to push the United States and China into an irreversible confrontation.
Community consent is essential when debating where to place nuclear waste.
It took China throwing sand in America's eyes for Washington to wake up to Beijing's threat to the South China Sea.
As long as our nation produces men and women willing to “bear any burden, pay any price,” our nation earns the liberty it enjoys.
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