To Defeat America, China Must Respect Human Rights
June 06, 2014
To Defeat America, China Must Respect Human Rights
China's best path to facing its domestic and foreign challenges is to grant its people greater freedom.
To Defeat America, China Must Respect Human Rights
The US, China, and the 'Containment Trap'
April 30, 2014
The US, China, and the 'Containment Trap'
The U.S. strategy to contain China has short-term benefits but long-term risks.
The US, China, and the 'Containment Trap'
The US Air Force's Asia Pivot
March 14, 2014
The US Air Force's Asia Pivot
Plus, the U.S. military defines Air-Sea Battle... again. And some other linkage.
The US Air Force's Asia Pivot
January 22, 2014
"Littering Creates Jobs": The Need For Moral Education in China
Attitudes towards littering in the author's hometown suggest China needs to increase its public moral education.
"Littering Creates Jobs": The Need For Moral Education in China
Why the West Should Relax About China
September 06, 2013
Why the West Should Relax About China
Air-Sea Battle and the pivot seem an overreaction to China’s rise, given the number of challenges Beijing already faces.
Why the West Should Relax About China
Lee Kuan Yew: Asia’s Confucianist Edmund Burke
August 10, 2013
Lee Kuan Yew: Asia’s Confucianist Edmund Burke
Asia’s Henry Kissinger outlines his worldview and thoughts about the future. It’s well worth a read.
Lee Kuan Yew: Asia’s Confucianist Edmund Burke
Not Rising, But Rejuvenating: The
February 05, 2013
Not Rising, But Rejuvenating: The "Chinese Dream"
Many talk of China “rising.” Chinese view their fortunes as a return to greatness from a “century of humiliation” — and not a rise from nothing.
Not Rising, But Rejuvenating: The "Chinese Dream"
History's Lens: How to Look at China
December 17, 2012
History's Lens: How to Look at China
What is the better optic for looking at today’s China: Bismarckian/Wilhelmine Germany, or post-Meiji Japan?
History's Lens: How to Look at China
The China Choice: A Bold Vision for U.S.-China Relations
August 17, 2012
The China Choice: A Bold Vision for U.S.-China Relations
Instead of maintaining a dangerous status-quo, Washington should attempt a new approach to avoid a possible deadly strategic rivalry.
The China Choice: A Bold Vision for U.S.-China Relations
Superpower Denied? Why China's 'Rise' May Have Already Peaked
August 09, 2012
Superpower Denied? Why China's 'Rise' May Have Already Peaked
How a toxic mix of economic, demographic, environmental, political, and international challenges could end China’s ascent.
Superpower Denied? Why China's 'Rise' May Have Already Peaked
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