Published November 11, 2010
President Obama's current trip to Asia is a "recreate-the-alliance tour," made necessary because his outreach to hostile regimes in the region has flat-out failed.
Published October 12, 2010
Every economic advantage we extend to China gives its leaders one more tool to advance their geopolitical schemes—many of which are directed against us. In short, China’s currency is a national security matter.
Published October 08, 2010
Because of the Nobel Peace Prize award, tens of millions of Chinese will, for the first time, learn Liu Xiaobo’s name—and what he is trying to accomplish.
Published August 16, 2010
China, may have surpassed Japan to become the world's second largest economy but in reality it has reached high tide and there are many reasons why it will start falling back.
Published July 21, 2010
Kim Jong Il's regime is engaging in increasingly provocative behavior. So why are we sending such a weak message to North Korea?
Published July 14, 2010
Kim Jong Il has committed an act of war. The last thing we should do is talk to him.
Published May 07, 2010
Why does Washington continue to outsource its foreign policy to our enemy's only friend -- Beijing.
Published April 06, 2010
In pursuit of a grand strategy, the president has forgotten the rogues.
Published March 26, 2010
At a crucial moment, China is throwing a lifeline to Kim Jong Il. North Korea is an increasingly fragile state. But with Beijing’s help, it will probably survive to once again threaten the United States with nuclear destruction.
Published March 17, 2010
Why are we helping China keep its secrets?