The lead architect of America’s 2018 National Defense Strategy, the former Trump Administration official offers insight into the emerging age of great power conflict between the U.S. and China.
Far afield from next week’s speech from the throne and mainstream media attention is a major developing situation in Ukraine that will have far-reaching consequences for global geopolitics.
The Chinese Communist Party’s propaganda runs rampant on Chinese-language media outside of the country, creating an atmosphere of fear for Chinese Canadians and immigrants with ties to China.
War and peace have never really been binary. It’s always been a spectrum.
The Hub’s editor-at-large Sean Speer speaks to Bruce Jones, the director and senior fellow in the Project on International Order and Strategy of the Foreign Policy program at the Brookings Institution.
We must never forget 9/11, and we must do all we can to prevent other dates that will live in infamy from coming to pass.
Merkel’s confidence and determination have been more reassuring to the world than the performative displays of empathy we have come to expect from mere politicians.
Any hopes that China would become as lucrative a market as the United States with its own special relationship have been dashed by the hard lesson that China has no special relationships beyond those that serve China.
The end of the U.S. war effort in Afghanistan marks the definitive defeat of a naval power’s attempt to alter the foundations of global politics as far away as landlocked Central Eurasia.
In this Hub Dialogue, The Hub’s editor-at-large Sean Speer speaks to Thomas Wright, the author of Aftershocks: Pandemic Politics and the End of the Old International Order.