Shifting Superpowers aims to energize the debate over the proper direction of U.S. foreign policy in the changing Asian landscape. It urges America to adapt to the realities of a world in which China and India are pursuing their own interests as superpowers, and in which China is not automatically America’s enemy, while India is not consistently America’s ally.
Foreign policy expert Ted Galen Carpenter outlines strategies for protecting America’s security while avoiding unnecessary and unrewarding military adventures.
A warning about what the U.S. must do quickly to avoid being dragged into war.
Exiting South Korea
Will China be a partner or a threat?
Is China joining the free world?
Time for Korea to defend itself.
An assessment of the current and future viability of the U.S.-Korean alliance.
China’s transition to a market-oriented system.