In today’s 24/7 social media-driven world, one wonders how long Henry Kissinger’s fame will last.
The real war may just be starting once the Israeli offensive ends.
Whether a new 21st century 1914 is looming or not, mutually assured prevention can ensure another never reoccurs.
Since late 2011, a series of White Houses bear considerable responsibility for the growing hostility between the two superpowers, as does China.
What Hamas demonstrated in its attack and the damage Ukraine is doing to the Russian Navy is the value of cheap, readily available technology.
In all candor, I am increasingly angered with what America has become even though Europe is far from perfect.
We have met the enemy. And it is us.
The conclusions from Beijing and Moscow should be clear.
Unless Biden and China’s Xi Jinping can reach a rapprochement as Richard Nixon and Mao Zedong did, both sides better hope the other does nothing stupid.
Conceivably, the 2024 presidential elections could be that event.