A preventative strike against North Korea is a bad idea.
So what, exactly, is going on in North Korea? And how should we respond to Kim’s bluster?
The Army has war gamed a conflict to secure a failed North Korea. It would not be a cakewalk.
North Korea’s latest provocations may be testing the patience of their patrons in Beijing.
Will a disagreement over accounting rules increase the bad feelings between China and the U. S.?
American politicians are using China as a scapegoat for America’s problems.
Because some things are worth reinforcing.
To much fanfare, President Obama announced a shift in Afghan War policy in December 2009. There’s little evidence it’s worked.
Signs are brewing that the Chinese economy is slowing down significantly.
The candidates aren’t talking about the war in Afghanistan very much, but that’s mostly because the American people don’t want them to.
The war in Afghanistan has not been a topic of discussion in the Presidential campaign, but that’s largely because there’s not much left to talk about.
We, as Americans, tend to have a limited knowledge of the institutional variation that exists across democratic systems around the world.