A peculiar scene often plays out in the South China Sea: Chinese fishermen cut away cables of the US military reconnaissance system and grabbed the sonar. If we see sonar and underwater gliders deployed by foreign ships in the South China Sea in the future, we would rather mistakenly capture a thousand than miss a single one.
Despite its regional influence, Japan has a “soft spot” that cannot be fixed in the short term. Japan is eager to increase its diplomatic weight but its status as a US ally makes it difficult for it to gain some countries’ trust.
It’s legitimate and reasonable for China to deploy defensive weapons on its own islands.
Getting ready to achieve reunification through the use of force can pose a serious deterrence to Taiwan independence.
Russia will never sell its independent diplomacy. Chinese people might as well be more confident over this matter.
The truth is this inexperienced president-elect probably has no knowledge of what he’s talking about.
He is no geopolitical maniac, but just has little experience in diplomacy. He doesn’t understand how dangerous it can be when he involves the US in such an explosive game.
If Tokyo has not yet determined to have a war with China, it should stop bluffing.
Park was not just punished for the confidante scandal but also for her wrong decisions that led the country astray. She was impeached and the public has showed no mercy because as a president, Park’s handling of national strategies was reckless and capricious.
A better way to deal with him is to let him and his team know exactly where the boundary lies.
The negotiations between China and the US must be carried out on an equal footing with mutual benefits.
The alliance, a Cold-War product, shouldn’t have lasted till today, but it has survived regardless.
China should brace itself for the possible fluctuations of the Sino-US relationship after Trump is sworn in.
China should become skillful and tactful in dealing with the Trump government.
The Chinese mainland is capable of punishing Tsai’s administration for any moves that crosses the red line, and it should use its power without hesitation.
South Korea has taken the lead in violating the UNSC resolution. Its move to add unilateral punitive measures is a sign of contempt for and intrusion into the scope of the resolution.
Western suppression and economic hardships didn’t break Russia’s solidarity.
The US and South Korea need to take the initiative to improve North Korea’s security environment.