If the costs change, then Putin’s calculus will change.
The corporate obsession with China has been anything but profitable.
While they profit off ethnic cleansing, they turn around and lecture Americans.
America’s domain of responsibility has exceeded its leaders' competence.
As Christians, we believe in the divine injunction to “be fruitful and multiply,” that “children are a gift from the Lord,” and that humans, being made in the image of God, are of intrinsic infinite value. The Chinese government disagreed.
Angela Codevilla, Christian philosopher who predicted failures of American political and foreign policy elite, dies
Codevilla showed another way, a philosophy of nations that was uniquely Christian.
Corporate management appears to be increasingly aware that they cannot spit on everything conservative Christians value and expect Republicans to keep cutting their taxes.
Inclusive capitalism for Washington, social Darwinism for Beijing.
Over $2 trillion, over 3,000 lives, and a country that is less safe than it was when we started. Christ told us to count the cost of war before it begins; we ignored Him.
In the modern media era, we tend not to pay much attention to international affairs, and when we do, it’s generally in search of ammunition to use in domestic political battles. So you might be surprised to hear that, following a series of sudden and perplexing state interventions in the economy, China is going through something of a minor financial crisis.