The PRC's shipbuilding industry is developing rapidly, potentially accelerating China's rise.
The United States, China and Russia should focus on their common interest in international stability.
Beijing's antagonistic actions harm its own interests.
Iran used its strategic and economic importance so well that very different U.S. presidents pursued very similar policies.
Sometimes American interests and values don't align perfectly. Accepting that is painful, but necessary.
The new U.S. military concept doesn't make war with China more likely or more risky.
There aren't yet clear rules of engagement or escalation in cyberspace, creating risks of unintended conflicts.
Massive maneuvers in Asia are meant to serve as a signal.
Politics, not strategy, might set the United Kingdom's course.
Diplomacy has become an empty ritual that will not address the building tensions in the relationship.