Beijing is set to be the winner of the Syrian civil war.
Neither the White House nor Congress has the right approach.
Partnering with Beijing can help stabilize the Middle East; partnering with Asian nations threatened by Beijing can help build a counterbalance to Chinese power.
Doing so would be profoundly dangerous.
After decades of almost no interaction, relations between the two nations grow increasingly warmer and closer. There’s plenty of good news—and, for Israel, plenty of risk.
A brief history of the etrog.
Beijing’s dangerous ambitions.
The Chinese have money, and keep the press out.
The U.S and its allies have more leverage than in the Obama years.
The “Belt and Road” initiative.
Or does such logic apply only to Israel?
A declaration of intentions.