It’s no exaggeration to conclude after reviewing the remarkable hardening of US policy toward China since late 2017 that this seminal change in US policy and its broad implications have been “made in Washington”.
As China’s interests continue to expand, so too does its desire to participate in global affairs. But contrary to some recent commentary, which seems to rattle the US, it seems unlikely that ‘world power’ or ‘world domination’ are China’s priorities, writes Neil Thomas.
Is the much heralded ‘Asian Century’ now losing its significance with the US-led Indo-Pacific concept which seeks to redefine geographical boundaries?
The White House unveiled its new National Security Strategy on Monday, allowing the world to better familiarise themselves with the Trump Doctrine.
China and Russia decry US President Donald Trump’s first National Security Strategy.
The new document affirms that America’s economic security is “national security”,