A rising China is pushing Australia and Japan closer. Both want a free and open Indo-Pacific. Therefore, they are cooperating to counter China’s efforts to dominate this region.
Reflections after a pilgrimage in 2016 to shrines of different religions have left me more confused than ever about faith and god.
Economic incompetence, not foreign interference, led to the fall of a populist prime minister who promised much but failed to deliver.
Washington is helping Ukraine just enough to bleed Russians but not giving them fighter jets and missile defense systems needed to win, the worst policy choice possible. It should either back Ukrainians or back off.
President-elect Yoon will need to address a changing COVID-19 environment amid a fatigued and divided Korean public.
A few non-hysterical voices ignored by the media offer a more rational sense of Europe’s destiny.
It’s all about finding the right enemy and sharing it with friends.
When the world's largest consumer of fossil fuels teams up with one of the world's largest suppliers, the planet is the biggest loser.