While it is easy to remain sympathetic to their cause — after all, it is freedom they are fighting for — we must also critically assess the true ramifications of their actions, evaluating whether or not the protestors are truly marching themselves towards freedom or away from it.
The answer, of course, is yes. The Hoover Institution’s roster lists many accomplished scholars who have published important works, some of which sit on my own bookshelves. One recent publication, however, would likely receive a C if turned in as an undergraduate assignment. I’m referring to China’s Influence and American Interests*, a report that has…
The Daily sat down with James F. Moriarty to discuss U.S.-Taiwan relations, China’s political agenda and Moriarty’s personal experiences working in foreign service.
In a Thursday seminar titled “The United States and Taiwan: An Enduring Friendship,” Chairman of the American Institute in Taiwan’s Board of Trustees James Moriarty spoke about historical, contemporary and future U.S.-Taiwan relations, and addressed the challenges and merits of democratic systems.
The Eurozone does not operate in a vacuum, and this is where America comes in. Greece likely won’t default and leave the euro, and Syriza likely won’t come away empty handed. And that has nothing to do with economics. It has everything to do with geopolitics.