"America has two fundamental powers. One is the power of intimidation ... the other ... is the power of inspiration." That statement by retired Marine Corps General James Mattis indicates a perspective that emphasizes discipline, discretion and awareness of the limits of military force alone., 1 Comment
As his term as U.S. vice president drew to a close, Joe Biden delivered a rallying call to government and business leaders in Davos to keep up their fight to defend the liberal global economic and political order that has come under pressure from populist challengers in recent months.
New U.S. President Donald Trump must be "fantastically" happy with a "wonderful" ASEAN because it is the only "great" regional organization that has no military might and has not been at war.
Chaos, conflict and crisis are some of the words that best describe the combustible global situation that new U.S. President Donald J. Trump inherits from his predecessor.
U.S. President Barack Obama's eight years at the apex of world power end tomorrow.
Donald Trump will today assume the presidency of the United States. Even before the elections, an air of caution prevailed in Asia regarding a possible Trump win. This is being felt more now than ever, as seen in the pages of The China Post's associated newspapers in the Asia News Network.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has probably never heard of ASEAN. Which could be a good thing.
With U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration approaching, it worries many that his ambition and stated potential actions to revive U.S. manufacturing and employment may heighten trade frictions with China.
Donald Trump and the media are digging in for what could be a long and bitter war.
In the second half of the 1970s, a hand hit a button to turn the Muslim world into a blood bath. In the process that started with the acceleration of the Lebanese civil war, coups came one after another -- in 1977 in Pakistan, in 1978 in Iraq and Afghanistan, in 1979 in Iran and in 1980 in Turkey