The president should use his trip to Asia to reassure allies and assert U.S. power.
The White House should consider the long term in its dealings with Beijing.
The U.S. president-elect took the first steps up the ladder of escalation, but China’s seizure of a naval drone shows it’s glad to follow.
In dealing with Beijing, is this a brilliant bill or blunder and bluster?
The poll also showed that Chinese citizens prefer Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.
Ever since he took office on June, the Philippines and the United States have been on somewhat rocky footing.
Yet The Hague's decision was only the latest in a series of diplomatic setbacks for Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Beijing will ignore the upcoming ruling — and with good reason.
Jakarta needs Beijing’s billions, but it’s fed up with Chinese fishing boats trawling its waters.
And veiled threats from the U.S. Secretary of Defense clearly don’t scare it, either.
Chinese bellicosity in the disputed waters of the South China Sea has brought the United States back to a strategic port and created enough misery to unite the former foes.
Beijing is overhauling its army, while looking to flex its muscles further from home