China's Warplanes Stalk Japan, Unite Neighbors

Beijing has just sent 40 warplanes close to Japan's border. China's aggressive posture continues to unite its neighbors and it suggests the generals are running the show.

Balancing Act: The China-India-U.S. Triangle

The colliding and intersecting security and economic interests of Asia’s powers makes for a delicate dance of cooperation, coalition, and competition between China, India, and the United States.

From Kosovo to Oman

There are significant differences between the Muslim world and the West. One of the biggest is how secular the West has become and how religious Muslim societies have remained.

Restore American Leadership

The alternative to America’s indispensability is not a harmonious, self-regulating balance of independent states but an international landscape marked by eruptions of chaos and destruction.