If India wants to achieve its geopolitical ambitions, it needs the economic power to match.
This week on Banter, Nick Eberstadt joined the show to explain the ongoing nuclear standoff with North Korea and possible strategies to mitigate the nuclear threat.
By refusing to address the anxieties of his critics, Prime Minister Modi is complicit in fanning them.
Can anything really be worse than a status quo that leaves a dangerous man in place with dangerous weapons, overseeing the world’s most abusive government?
President Trump is taking an important first step towards improving US trade policy by initiating a Section 301 investigation into intellectual property (IP) theft and technology transfer by China. However, the problem is far bigger than China and much broader than IP theft.
Instead of the rapid progress he promised, Prime Minister Modi appears to be leading his nation toward an illiberal future.
Rapidly developing technologies can offer options beyond the tragic choice of appeasement or conventional attacks in dealing with the North Korean nuclear threat.
On the surface, China’s North Korea policy seems relatively consistent. However, if one looks a bit deeper, China’s North Korea strategy is evolving in subtle and significant ways.
If President Trump were serious about “draining the swamp” in Washington, he should not have invited Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak to the White House.
Tomorrow marks the 16th anniversary of al-Qaida’s 9/11 attacks. We learned much that tragic day, at enormous human and material cost. Perilously, however, America has already forgotten many of Sept. 11’s lessons.