As the U.S. pushes for a major power conflict in the Asia-Pacific, it is essential to develop lines of communication and build understanding among China, the West and the developing world, writes Vijay Prashad.
A Rational Conversation about China
The U.S. is provoking a conflict due to its own anxieties about Beijing’s economic advances, writes Vijay Prashad. We should not let ourselves be drawn in.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Putin Speaks
As the Russian president’s year-end presser helped underscore, Europe will increasingly understand itself as the western end of Eurasia rather than the eastern shore of the Atlantic.
On the Brink of War with China in 2026
Michael T. Klare calls attention to the statements coming out of the U.S. Department of Defense and the upper ranks of Congress these days.
Suspicion of Chinese-Born Researchers Threatens US Innovation
Caroline Wagner responds to the arrest of MIT engineering professor Gang Chen earlier this month.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Empire with a Human Face
The Biden people are unlikely to speak of a new cold war with China, but they appear likely to wage one all dressed up as a sophisticated trans–Pacific strategy.
Australia Sabotaged Its Own Interests in China Relations
The destruction over the past five years of Australia’s mutually beneficial diplomatic and trade relationship with China was probably a successful “Five Eyes” information warfare operation, writes Tony Kevin.
COVID-19: China Rises in Ranks of US-Accused Hackers
As America’s new Enemy No. 1, China is now the frontrunner in the “bad guy” sweepstakes, writes Michael Brenner.