The Second Cold War is a rematch among the same teams.
Now that it possesses a large and modern navy, Beijing is determined to advance China’s security in East Asia, necessarily challenging U.S. alliances and security interests.
Clearly, the debate over how America should conduct itself on the world stage is far from over.
Chinese diplomacy may be less about the full denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula than it is about damaging the U.S. position in East Asia.
When negotiating with North Korea, the aim should be a grand bargain instead of incremental solution.
The Ivanovic assassination highlights the recent progression of tensions between Serbia and Kosovo.
Trump declared “mission accomplished,” but he never really defined what the mission was supposed to be beyond punishing Assad.
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