The conflict between Israel and Iran has just entered a new phase - in cyberspace.
If Chinese leaders really want peaceful unification, they need a mutually respectful approach.
Earlier this month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo traveled to Israel on his first foreign visit since the outbreak of the global coronavirus pandemic...the Secretary’s visit was intended ...to put Israel’s government on notice that it needed to rethink its growing political, economic and strategic ties to the People’s Republic of China (PRC).
With Japan, the administration stands to damage relations at precisely the wrong time.
Earlier this Spring, the leadership of the U.S. Space Force, the country’s newest military branch, announced that it plans to roll out a new doctrine in the near future. But what that doctrine will look like remains to be seen — and Congress, which will be the ultimate arbiter of the document and the vision it contains, needs to ensure that the country gets it right.
The experiment is one of the brightest signals yet that the U.S. plans to pursue grand world-changing ideas like space solar power.
During the holy month of Ramadan, now underway, when TV viewership among Muslims traditionally skyrockets, Saudi Arabia’s MBC network is airing a series about Jewish families in a fictional Arab country in the late 1940s — a series that speaks volumes about what’s changing, and what isn’t, across the region.
Call it the new "China consensus."
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