If Japan, backed by the US, adopts a more aggressive attitude on the Diaoyu issue, the move will undoubtedly incur vehement reactions from China politically, economically, diplomatically and even militarily.
A Senior Fellow at the EastWest Institute analyzes the past, present and future of “Great Power Politics” in Asia.
The U. S. Asia Pivot nevertheless has implications for the North Korean issue. A focus on China means China-North Korea issues would be dealt with within the framework of future U.S.-China relations, which could in turn affect the North Korean nuclear problem.
The turmoil lasting for more than two years in the Middle East has led to some great changes in the overall situation of this region, with new conflicts breaking out one after another, traditional hot issues heating up constantly, and uncontrollable factors cropping up with each passing day. From December 7 to 9, the International [...]
As the relationships between China and its neighbors deteriorate, Doug Bandow argues that the Sino-US relationship has never been as important.
By analyzing the history of rising and falling powers, China’s development since the end of the Cold War, and China-U.S. relations in the status quo a new type of relationship can be developed to foster cooperation and trust between major powers.
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