China’s Challenge to the Global Order: Taking the “Careful” Approach?

By Rory Medealf Media coverage will probably be quick to recognize that Xi Jinping's latest speech on Chinese foreign policy is a big deal. But...

New Delhi-Beijing cooperation key to building an ‘Indo-Pacific Era’

By Liu Zongyi In recent years, the geopolitical concept of the "Indo-Pacific" has gained currency. The concept was first developed by Australian scholars and promoted...

China-Russia Axis: Should America Worry?

By Dina Gusovsky As Russia and China continue to forge trade pacts, including the huge $456 billion gas deal with Russian state-owned energy giant Gazprom...

The World Has China Wrong, Says Top Pentagon Adviser

By Joshua Philipp Military leaders in China are known for their outlandish plots. Due to the nature of their strange proposals, which are often coupled...

Meaning of Geography Decides the Fates of Nations

By Li Shen Looking back to that pattern, the obvious outcome is that there will be a war between China and the United States...

The Next Presidential Election Will Move The World Closer To War

By Paul Craig Roberts Glenn Greenwald has revealed that Hillary Clinton is the presidential candidate of the banksters and warmongers. Pam and Russ Martens note...

Understanding China

By K G Suresh — While strategists view the growing Chinese proximity as indicative of its attempts to woo India away from its rivals, the fact also remains that it is essential for India to have a true understanding of China, one of the most influential powers in the world

America Doesn’t Need to Lead the Free World

By Scott Beauchamp — Even before I returned home from serving as an infantryman in the U.S. Army, which included two combat tours in Iraq between 2006 and 2009, I was searching for ways to contextualize my experience. My questions weren’t ponderous or existential; they were pointed and, I believed, answerable. One was why units like mine were assuming responsibilities far beyond their traditional roles of eliminating the enemy in close-quarters combat. We assisted in the investigation of crimes. We helped rebuild infrastructure. We handed out water and gasoline and worked to reconstruct civil society in a country we knew little about.

Asia could spiral into confrontation: Obama

By AFP — In a speech on the margins of G20 in Brisbane, US president repeated his demand that China be a responsible player on world stage as regional tensions flare

China vs. America in the Sky

By Dave Majumdar — China’s new stealth fighters might one day be able to match their American equivalents in battle, Pentagon and industry officials fear. Indeed, China is showing off its latest Shenyang J-31 stealth fighter at the Zhuhai air show in the Guangdong province. To meet the challenge, the Pentagon needs to continue to buy the F-35 and start developing a future fighter to counter the rising threat.