@nytimes— We’ve stopped following our formula for success.
The Independent—‘It was homegrown’: Republican senator laments that the US doesn’t produce its own meth anymore. ‘The meth version of They Took Our Jobs,’ jokes one social media user
The Independent—China stepping up its vaccination programme is good for all of us. The faster the vaccines are rolled out, especially in the world’s most populous country, the faster the global economy will recover, writes Hamish McRae
The National Interest—Why China Doesn’t Quit In a War (It Just Keeps Losing). Robert Farley China War, Americas Did the Chinese overstate the implications of the Gulf War? Yes and no. Here’s What You Need to Remember: In 1991, Chinese military officers watched as the United States dismantled the Iraqi Army, a force with more battle experience and somewhat greater technical sophistication than the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). The Americans won with casualties that were trivial by historical standards. This led to some soul searching. The PLA hadn’t quite been on...