Paul Wolfowitz | AEIdeas
The government is attempting to determine where cooperation is warranted and conflict may be unavoidable.
by Victor Davis Hanson via National Review
No more nice-guy façade.
featuring Michael R. Auslin via National Review
Since World War II, more American soldiers have perished in East Asia than anywhere else. The twin imperatives of containing Communism and maintaining the regional balance of power drew U.S. forces into wars in Korea and Vietnam, with casualties far exceeding those of later conflicts in the Middle East.
Dan Blumenthal and Nicholas Eberstadt | National Review
It was not by accident or happenstance that China became a major player in the world economy and, more broadly, in the liberal international order. That outcome, rather, is largely a result of concerted American policy.