The world is infinitely broader and more interesting when it isn’t viewed through the lens of one’s identity
Iran’s increasingly sophisticated drone and missile strike packages are driving America’s beleaguered allies to seek protection in Beijing
Uyghur Muslims in America turn to activism—putting pressure on the NBA and its sponsors—to help their fellow Uyghurs in China
Will the demands of U.S. naval strategy and French pride be enough to keep Beijing at bay?
The former White House coronavirus coordinator’s monstrous autobiography explains how lockdowns happened
How the PRC’s lucrative transplant industry kills donors by removing their organs
The People’s Republic of China is guilty of large-scale, Nazi-like medical experimentation on political prisoners
Ukraine shows that the ‘return of great power rivalry’ isn’t happening under the Biden administration
We are living in a material world, after all
A seat at the European table won’t be too much to ask for the man who saves Europe from nuclear war
Lethargic, overcapitalized, and resigned to Chinese dominance, Silicon Valley is losing its productive talent to the Midwest and South
Influencer Lu Kewen puts Jews in the crosshairs of ‘Xi Jinping Thought’
The American political theorist has gained a cult following among Chinese scholars hungry for Western classics
Beijing’s courtship of Israel has been canny and effective
The CCP is by far the biggest emitter of greenhouse gases on the planet. Is that a problem?
How fear of admitting error in trusting China’s coronavirus propaganda is driving Western societies into a doom spiral
Led by Trita Parsi and backed by Charles Koch and George Soros, the Quincy Institute seeks to redefine the contours of American foreign policy in the Middle East, China—and beyond
With ‘rivals’ like Joe Biden and Mitch McConnell, Beijing doesn’t need friends
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