Washington should face up to facts and accept that the U.S. must cooperate with China and Russia rather than maintaining its aggressive stance.
One can only hope that wiser forces among the nations of the west (and those among the global south trying to foolishly operate within two opposing worlds) will recognize which future is worth living in, Matt Ehret writes.
These days even man’s best friend seems to have it better than the people struggling to survive Down Under, Robert Bridge writes.
Washington’s global ambitions are predicated totally on an adversarial agenda.
The renewed VFA may be among the last that the Philippines signs, because the U.S. may not desire to sustain a presence as a part of its regional policy, Joaquin Flores writes.
The United States is losing the ability for rational political debate and respect for science. Politicians, media and public discourse have been infected by lies, conspiracies, racial stereotyping of nations like China, and rampant hostility.
Washington’s overarching motive and objective are to try to stymie China’s global economic growth and its strategic partnerships, Finian Cunningham writes.
A new world in the East is amalgamating as a direct result of American’s delusional views about where it thinks it is in the world, Martin Jay writes.