Russia is losing its influence in Eurasia – but China is too and is unable to address economic issues in its international lending practices.
About a year ago, the world witnessed the sights and sounds of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. What’s it like in Kabul today?
China and Taiwan: Some observers have called this recent bout of angry disagreements the “Fourth Taiwan Strait Crisis.”
Sri Lanka is not alone in its economic turmoil; other fragile nations are struggling with the same issues.
Could Russia’s invasion of Ukraine inspire China to make a similarly brazen attack on Taiwan in the near future?
Russia and China: Not every U.S. foreign policy decision will result in military conflict, nor can any situation be remedied by diplomacy.
This boycott will not change Chinese interests any more than it will change the manner in which China pursues those interests.
The new president in Iran is testing the waters. Iran knew full well why the Al-Tanf airspace was chosen, for the sake of the Russian presence in Syria.