Southeast Asia wants to manage China’s growth, not be pressured into a situation where it must choose sides.
Despite Finland and Sweden both moving to join NATO, Finland appears to be working far more diligently to do so.
Two things can be true at the same time. Yes, Putin’s Russia poses a significant security threat to the free world. No, America is not in need of more funding for its military-industrial complex.
America and all of NATO must recognize that Turkey will be a crucial partner for the security challenges of the remaining 21st century. Now is the time to start mending fences.
Although a sovereign and more independent Europe may mean less U.S. influence in the region, Americans should not view it as a bad thing. Over the past several decades, America has been stretched thin through prolonged conflicts and its role as the global police force and defender of democracy.
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