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ONE CHINA POLICY
U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The War For World Leadership
Senior Research Fellow & Middle East Program Director, The Ind...
While some political insiders proclaimed that the isolationist philosophy of "America First has been vindicated on the world
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LGBTQ Rights In Mainland China Looking Gloomy After Taiwan’s New Ruling On Same-Sex Marriage
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As @danyi wrote on Weibo after the shutdown of Rela, “Taiwan won the right to have same-sex marriage, and the mainland lost
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Ahead Of The Trump-Xi Summit, Here's What Both Sides Want
Visiting Professor, Nanyang Technological University Singapore
These are the priorities that both sides should be prepared to address.
Lehtikuva Lehtikuva / Reuters
Donald Trump Is Second-Guessing The United States' China Policy -- America's China Experts Are Too
Research Fellow, Institute for China-America Studies
The president’s foreign policy views are outside the beltway mainstream but his belief that the United States’ China policy
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Flynn’s Departure Leaves Trump Foreign Policy Even More Disoriented
The president's inner circle now has zero advisers with foreign affairs expertise.
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Trump Had A "Good" Week, But It Won't Last Long
If ever there were an impeachable offense, selling out national security for your business interests has to top the list.
The Dangers of a New World Order
It is difficult to not be concerned with the new world order that is being shaped by Brexit, “Make America Great Again”, and
Joshua Roberts / Reuters
That Was Fast! Trump Reverses, Supports 'One China' Policy In Call With Chinese President
By Steve Holland, Reuters
The call was described as cordial with both leaders expressing best wishes to their peoples.
Denis Balibouse / Reuters
Trump Breaks The Ice With China's Xi In Letter Seeking 'Constructive' Ties
By Ben Blanchard and Eric Walsh, Reuters
The two leaders have yet to speak directly.
THE WORLD POST
Donald Trump Should Channel Richard Nixon and Separate China and Russia
Contributing writer, policy analyst, one who tilts at windmills
However, under President Barack Obama the U.S. courted conflict against both powers. Against China the administration staged
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Trump's Impending Presidency And Rising China Sea Tensions Are Putting Asia On Edge
Vietnam and Southeast Asia Analyst and Writer
The possibility of an American retreat from the continent and a more aggressive China has many nations in the region carefully calculating their moves.
Stephen Lam / Reuters
Beijing Pledges To 'Take Off The Gloves' If Trump Keeps Pressing On Taiwan
"A period of fierce, damaging interactions will be unavoidable," a state-run paper said.
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Report: Trump Suggests He May Do Away With Russia Sanctions If Moscow Helpful
By Eric Beech, Reuters
"Why would anybody have sanctions if somebody’s doing some really great things?”
THE WORLD POST
Trump's Impulsiveness Challenges Are Vital To U.S.-China Relationship
Lee H. Hamilton
Distinguished Scholar, Indiana University
Making the relationship work takes clarity about U.S. objectives. Trump challenges the status quo, but it is not clear what direction he wants to go. The American foreign policy establishment and our allies around the world are anxious about his casual approach.
Zbigniew Brzezinski via Twitter
Brzezinski: America’s Global Influence Depends On Cooperation With China
By Nathan Gardels, The WorldPost
“Stupid irritations” over Taiwan only antagonize Beijing, and Putin was directly involved in the efforts to help Trump win, the ex-national security adviser said.
Lucas Jackson / Reuters
That Drone Skirmish With China? It Was Over Before Donald Trump’s First Mean Tweet.
The president-elect would have known this if he’d taken his presidential briefing that morning before tweeting.
Trump, Taiwan and the Weapons Deal
"Since 1979," the Guardian points out, "the U.S. has acknowledged Beijing's claim that Taiwan is part of China, with relations
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