They came, they saw, they conquered.
For those who hold out the possibility of a cooperative and mutually beneficial U.S.-China relationship, the new book Meeting China Halfway will be a welcome shot in the arm.
"The fundamental logic of the Agreed Framework was sound."
"Both the military and the private sector should be seeking out, encouraging, and growing team-of-team leaders."
It could be in for a long-overdue democratic renewal.
China and Japan each need leaders who will use history strategically to craft a productive future, not just flick at an unpleasant past for domestic political advantage.
As we prepare to observe Memorial Day, it might be a fitting time to ponder just what constituted Lincoln’s greatness.
The presidential candidates compete to scare the daylights out of the U.S. public.
A few weeks ago, Burundi faced a complex political and legal conundrum that could have been resolved peacefully. Now it is faced with a farcical election that will likely result in violence and instability.
Contrary to claims in the West, the IRGC will not block a nuclear agreement.
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