"Basic public-health measures are the surest and most expedient way to respond to the current health emergency."
"For American strategists, the realization that rivalry discourse has become conventional wisdom and even modish in China may prompt some due self-reflection."
There was nothing good about the last Sino-American War, or what we today call the Korean War. The experience of this war, now nearly forgotten, should serve as a grim lesson for policy makers in both Washington and Beijing.
In the event of a crisis, China's missile forces could do great damage to U.S. and allied bases all over the Asia-Pacific. Is "hardening" the answer?
"China is slowly and deliberately using its growing power to create a new set of international arrangements in Asia."
Is it possible?
"While no firm verdict on the rebalance will be in soon, it’s clear that a set of decisions two years ago greatly impacted both its successes and challenges."
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