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by | Oct 30, 2022

There are very serious people, like Thomas Mahnken of the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments, who are suggesting that the United States may soon be engaged in a world war in Europe over Ukraine and the Far East over…

by | Oct 20, 2022

The more things change, the more they stay the same. The struggle for Eurasia began in the 13th century when the Mongols created the greatest land empire in history, stretching from the Pacific Ocean to Eastern Europe, and encompassing Russia, Central…

by | Sep 15, 2022

Yale University history professor Valerie Hansen, in an important essay in Foreign Affairs, urges modern international relations scholars to abandon their predominantly Eurocentric historical analyses and provide a more balanced Euro-Asian approach to understanding the geopolitics of what many have…

by | Jul 26, 2022

A planned trip to the independent and separate country of Taiwan by America’s least-favorite octogenarian, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is sparking fears that China will take retaliatory measures, such as closing the Taiwan Strait. President Joe Biden said that the…

by | Jun 7, 2022

“Tiananmen Square, 33 Years Later,” editorial cartoon by Shaomin Li for The American Spectator, June 7, 2022.

by | Feb 1, 2022

China is both a land and sea power, which makes containing it harder than it was to contain the largely landlocked Soviet Union. China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) stretches across the Eurasian landmass into Central Asia and Europe, while…

by | Dec 22, 2021

This October saw the Covid-delayed staging of one of the world’s most prestigious piano competitions, the 18th Chopin Competition, originally to have been held in February and March of 2020. It honors anew Poland’s national composer, the nonpareil composer of…

by | Dec 14, 2021

Writing in the January/February 2022 issue of Foreign Affairs, the Hoover Institution’s Elizabeth Economy explores Chinese President Xi Jinping’s efforts to shape the international order by “fundamentally transforming the global system” to reflect Beijing’s interests and values. The leader of…

by | Oct 12, 2021

By many measures, South Korea should be a nation on the rise. South Korea is the world’s 10th largest economy (and the fourth largest in Asia); its goods and cultural exports span the earth. From leading automotive brands to cell…

by | Jun 17, 2021

President Joe Biden has finished making the rounds of Europe, with the objective of convincing the Europeans that we still love them. Like many a jilted beau, they took “the Trump experience” hard. The former president almost brought them to…

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