The Coronacrisis Will Simply Exacerbate the Geo-strategic Competition between Beijing and Washington
Please read a new essay by my colleague, Michael R. Austin in Strategika.
Even before the outbreak of the novel coronavirus in Wuhan, China late last year, the Sino-U.S. relationship had been in a period of flux. Since coming to office in 2017, President Trump made rebalancing ties with China the centerpiece of his foreign policy.
China Is Flailing in a Post-Coronavirus World
Please read a new essay by my colleague, Gordon G. Chang in Strategika.
Beijing’s propagandists believe the coronavirus pandemic will bring about the end of U.S. hegemony, “the American Century” as they call it. They are right in one narrow sense. The disease, which has reached almost every country and crippled societies across continents, has the feel of an epoch-ending event. What is likely to end, however, is not U.S. leadership.
China Lies, China Kills, China Wins
Please read a new essay by my colleague, Ralph Peters in Strategika.
As a plague compounds our political divisions, it’s essential to recall that the cause of the global carnage is not across the congressional aisle or parliamentary divide. This pandemic came courtesy of the breathtaking (literally, in this case) ruthlessness of the Chinese dictatorship, whose policies nurtured, hid, and fostered the spread of the COVID-19 virus currently killing our citizens by the tens of thousands and crippling economies worldwide.