The geopolitical order is changing, and Washington should take heed.
The U.S., if not careful, could find itself fighting two wars in the Asia Pacific.
The South China Sea is a core interest for China; the same can’t be said for the United States.
The United States’ ‘Freedom of Navigation Operations’ might risk triggering another Gulf of Tonkin-like incident in the South China Sea.
Economic engagement with China is a must for both Russia and the United States, regardless of the wax and wane of East-West rivalry.
The Japanese government is seeking allies in a bid to balance against a rising China.
NATO hasn’t learned any lessons from its past missteps on eastward expansion.
Ankara’s vision of a “Turkic World” is behind the downing of Russia’s Su-24.
The disputed Kuril Islands have a key role in Putin’s vision of an empowered Russia.
For strategic and economic reasons, Japan is truly the preferred Russian partner in Asia.