Or does each arsenal cancel the other out?
This is a classic example of pursuing an important issue in a forum that’s not equipped to handle it.
An excerpt from Michael S. Neiberg's new book.
Cold War–era Asia was a dangerous and often bloody place. But its alignments were predictable and its problems readily identifiable. No longer.
Washington can more effectively pursue its economic and security interests by befriending, rather than antagonizing, the country sharing its two-thousand-mile southern border.
The next president will face manifold challenges. One of the most important will be addressing China. Much depends on the ability to find a path to sometimes uncomfortable cooperation.
Taking quick action to bring Turkish forces under the Coalition fold would help contain tensions in the liberation of Mosul.
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