All of us must resist the impulse to go blame-gaming and making every international relationship a zero-sum game.
Given its inherent sense of superiority, could China — once a global hegemon — be more peaceful than its Western (and especially U.S.) predecessors?
What happened when China was eclipsed by the rise of neighboring Japan?
Mark Mazower’s “Hitler’s Empire: How the Nazis Ruled Europe” is a magisterial book.
Hong Kong was the last significant Western colonial possession. Its handover to China marked the rise of Asia.
What to do when you are no longer the next universal vision for humanity?
After 66 years of independence from colonial rule, what does India have to show for it?
Does Canada really help explain the United States’ characteristic “way of war”?