There was a big narrative propagating by many in the media heading into the 2022 U.S. elections that Indian Americans who had traditionally been inclined to the Democratic Party were going to deflect to the Republican Party.
African countries, at least so far, have been spared serious consequences from the increasingly contentious U.S.-Chian technology duel. But Jane Munga, a technology policy expert in the Africa program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C., worries that may soon change.
This week on Sinica, in lieu of the regular show we present a keynote address given by Evan Feigenbaum, VP for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, at the recent East Asia Strategy Forum, held on November 1-2 in Ottawa, Canada.
van Feigenbaum from the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace talks about the benefits arising from President Biden and President Xi’s meeting, and some perennial tensions in US-China relations.
Republicans are hinting that if they take control of Congress they'll work on cuts to Social Security and Medicare.
A U.S. ally is a country with which the United States shares common values. Clearly authoritarian and repressive governments are not allies of the United States. Saudi Arabia is not an ally.
Russia’s latest escalation of attacks against Ukraine appears to be driven by Putin’s desperation to end the war quickly. By contrast, these actions have further boosted Ukrainians’ morale in their fight for sovereignty.
Russia, China and Turkey are making bold moves across the continent as the United States’ presence wanes.
What the Saudi Crown Prince did was literally undermine President Biden's political position, certainly in respects to oil prices, weeks before the midterms and at the same time undermine the international community's position in an effort to isolate Vladimir Putin.
Paul Haenle, former White House China Director under Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, discusses the upcoming China’s once-in-five-years Communist Party Congress, and the bilateral relations between the world's two-biggest economies.