What takes its place may represent a large step in Tokyo’s return to open militarism.
Coronavirus or not, the Russian ruler pressed ahead with the parades and the referendum.
China long thought time was on its side with Taiwan, but a number of factors are now challenging that view.
Recent bloodshed has stained Sino-Indian relations—but for how long?
Russia’s leadership understands that using nuclear weapons in a world of mutually assured destruction would be irrational. But people are not always rational.
The Chinese Communist Party mercilessly slaughtered thousands of its own citizens 31 years ago.
The Russian Navy’s famous Baltic Fleet will soon be capable of greater destruction. How will European nations respond?
The Chinese Communist Party’s self-serving behavior throughout the coronavirus crisis provides a preview of the kind of rule that will soon dominate the world.
The breakup between the world’s two largest economies will shake the world.
‘The stable operation of China-Europe cargo trains has remained a reliable transportation channel connecting China, Europe and countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative.’
Spreading the virus to America wasn’t enough for China.
Beijing’s lifeline to Sri Lankans throughout the coronavirus pandemic helps it strengthen its hold on another vital ‘sea gate.’
‘The pace and manner by which the Chinese government is modernizing its stockpile is worrying, destabilizing.’
‘Like making a pyromaniac into the town fire chief.’
Russia’s leader is resetting the clock on his term limits, clearing the way for him to rule until 2036.
The dragon and the elephant continue to draw closer.
Italians are coming to view China less as the originator of covid-19 and more as a valuable partner during their hour of need.
The Chinese Communist Party’s corruption and negligence throughout the crisis offers a preview of the kind of rule that will soon go global.
Efforts to definitively contain covid-19 remain elusive.
Russia’s leader will reset the clock on his term limits, clearing the way for him to rule until 2036.
A new set of policies will make Russia more mobile, capable and powerful in the increasingly important region.
Predictions of future world events always fail—or do they?
The cosmos displays a breathtaking message—now with unprecedented clarity. Do you see what it is showing us?