Washington should confront its adversaries, not engage them.
How Beijing's top "America hands" see their biggest rival.
What happens when America's allies are tempted to "go it alone"?
There's a middle course between nationalist isolation and globalist impulses.
Washington must be clear-eyed about what comes next.
A 'values-based' strategy won't work with Beijing.
Diplomatic and legal pressure—along with military might—are limiting Beijing's options.
From the U.S and Russia to Saudi Arabia, it seems like everyone has a stake in Syria's civil war.
Does a nineteenth-century German invention still have relevance today?
How long can a country with less than 5 percent of the world’s population continue to be the dominant power in every region of the world?
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