In order for the United States to succeed on the international stage in 2019, it needs to rekindle its relationships with longtime allies, respect international institutions, and be more active in holding repressive regimes accountable, experts told Pacific Council members in a recent teleconference.
This week, the United States announces the termination of the INF treaty; North and South Korea agree to remove arms from Joint Security Area; top political leaders receive explosive devices; and more.
The international community should create appropriate rules and regulations for space mining and exploration, writes Robert Garcia.
My hope is that my ideological odyssey will inspire others—that I can be part of a larger, bipartisan movement in America toward greater moderation and civility in our politics, writes Max Boot.
This week, Honduran migrants head to the United States; the Trump administration speaks out about alleged Khashoggi murder; Japan unveils plan for foreign workers; and more.
Chinese actress Fan Bingbing's alleged tax evasion triggered a film industry crisis in China, writes Meijun Li.
Despite the ever-growing strength and influence of the People's Republic of China on the world stage, many Chinese-American community organizations continue to fly the Republic of China flag in Los Angeles’ Chinatown, writes James Cutchin.
During a discussion with Pacific Council members on September 20, Dr. James Tong of UCLA dissected the complicated U.S.-China relationship underlying disputes over the South China Sea.
This week, a Saudi journalist disappears after entering the Saudi Embassy in Istanbul; U.S. envoy to Afghanistan travels to Pakistan for peace talks; French and Italian leaders vow to save Europe; and more.
China has been strengthening its soft power through a strategy of promoting patriotic films, giving importance to domestic voices rather than international opinion, writes Dongyao Nie.