Rep. J. Randy Forbes (R-VA) sits down with former Sen. Jim Talent (R-MO) to discuss the security challenge China’s military modernization and expansion pose to the United States and its allies.
Discussion on the Chinese economy and how it’s future will impact the United States economy.
Reversing the existing trends of Chinese military aggression will not be easy, quick, or cheap, but the risks in the Western Pacific will continue to grow until we do. We might as well start now.
You could make the argument that the major regions of the world are reverting to the balance that prevailed until the nineteenth century, when Europe and the United States suddenly started dominating the world.
Michael Auslin and Michael Mazza comment on the US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue which will cover issues such as tensions in the South China Sea and the large scale cyber attack on the US Office of Personnel Management.
Covering a defense story today? Here’s the latest from the experts on the AEI defense team.
Cordial meetings are exactly the wrong way to confront China’s very real threats.
Compromise with the people of Hong Kong was apparently never in the cards for Beijing.
The most common description of China’s economy today is that it is slowing. In fact, the Chinese economy is stagnating.
When House Democrats voted last week against Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA), as a way to sink the passage of Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), they dealt a blow to Japan, as well.