The administration thinks we've ignored Asia and paid too much attention to the Middle East. China doesn't see it that way.
If South Korea and Japan develop nuclear weapons, that doesn't mean we should abandon our alliances with them.
Should clashes and bloodletting happen in the East, South and Crimea, Russia cannot just watch impartially from the sidelines.
"Ultimately, the future of Taiwan will be decided by its 23 million people."
The Middle East's most poisonous rivalry.
It's only a bad move if our future leaders decide to get in more long wars.
Areas of mutual benefit remain. One such area is nuclear weapons reductions.
"If achieving one’s strategic objectives is the measure of success, no other service can claim a post-Cold War record of success that matches that of the US Air Force."
Washington is taking a firmer line with Beijing. But can it back it up?
Moscow doesn't need to get tangled up in blue and yellow.