Purposeful American foreign policy needed today more than ever
The EU, Canada, and the U.S., all characterized by linguistic, religious, political diversity represent the antithesis of how Russian and Chinese leadership view the evolution of their societies.
Russian President Vladimir Putin meets with President of People’s Republic of China Xi Jinping, ahead of the November 2014 APEC summit. Political leadership within the members of the Euro-Atlantic Alliance can no longer afford to act under the delusion that both Russia and China are open to live-and-let-live policies and an uncontested coexistence, writes Joseph Ingram. Photograph courtesy of the Kremlin