Chinese balloons must be assessed within the context of decades of mutual espionage and an awareness of the many storms in the U.S.-China relationship — and the history of empires.
Ukraine was just one of a number of potential areas of conflict that the two leaders discussed at their face-to-face meeting in Bali.
Both presidents are committed democrats operating in hostile environments. They are also committed to forging mutually beneficial ties.
The security landscape in the Asia-Pacific region is shifting in the face of China’s increasingly assertive foreign policy.
The decision to redeploy in Somalia represents a renewed emphasis on the old rivalry with Russia.
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has raised concerns about China’s intentions towards Taiwan.
Biden’s suggestion that the US is prepared to intervene militarily if Taiwan was invaded was quickly walked back by White House officials.
African countries should adopt measures that strategically play rivals against each other. They should implement long-term strategies and domestic policies for dealing with strategic partners.
There are four potential flash points where conflict with China could break out. Beijing, though, has yet to present a ‘nail’ to the US ‘hammer’.
The likelihood of open conflict is low, given the risks to China and the US. With the Biden administration treading carefully over Taiwan, why is there so much loose talk of war in Canberra?
At the top of President Biden’s foreign policy agenda are COVID-19 and climate change. He has also pledged to make diplomacy and multilateralism the primary means of US foreign policy.
It is tempting to look back to the Cold War to make sense of current US-China relations. But we are in unchartered waters — and need a better understanding where this competition is heading.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government seems helpless and confused on how to manage the tensions between the United States and China after being caught in the conflict’s crosshairs.
Why a new Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China of MPs from 11 countries is a step in the right direction.
To be a world leader after 1945, the US had to be seen to be anti-racist. Now it no longer cares who is watching.
Hong Kong’s currency is pegged to the US dollar, which offers an opportunity to increase public spending and placate protestors.
In a major speech ahead of the G20, Prime Minister Scott Morrison commits to further enhancing Australia’s relationship with China while maintaining its allyship with the United States.
Nuances and complexities will characterise Australia’s relationship with China for the foreseeable future.
America may have missed a window of opportunity to curb China’s rise when it pulled out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
NZ’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stands out internationally as she talks about doing politics differently. Yet, domestically, there’s little discussion about priorities in foreign policy.