In his recent Asia Times op-ed, Brandon J. Weichert warns, “When fear, honor, blood, interest and ambition are on the line, do not expect reason to win the day.”
As Brandon J. Weichert explains in his recent Asia Times op-ed, “Unwise moves in the past by Washington in Ukraine and elsewhere are jeopardizing its game plan today.”
“To deter Russia, the US must immediately test its own ASAT capability while deploying swarms of smaller, “bodyguard” satellites designed to protect America’s sensitive satellites in Earth orbit from ASAT attack.” – Brandon J. Weichert in The Asia Times
Instead of punishing its middle class, Beijing seeks to pioneer the development of sustainable alternative fuel sources, Brandon J. Weichert argues in his newest Asia Times op-ed.
In Brandon J. Weichert’s recent Asia Times op-ed, he argues that China has outfoxed the US in hypersonic technologies while Washington continues spinning its wheels on multilateral alliances. China, in the long-run, has the advantage.
President Joe Biden ran as a revolutionary president who would get big things done efficiently and competently. He was the new FDR. In fact, he is appearing much more like the ineffectual John Quincy Adams to Donald Trump’s Andrew Jackson, so argues Brandon J. Weichert in his recent Asia Times op-ed.
President Joe Biden has become the master of unforced errors. He is completely correct to enhance US-UK-Australian military cooperation to balance against China. But there was no reason to alienate France and possibly the EU in the process – Brandon J. Weichert in The Asia Times
Brandon J. Weichert with some sobering truth about the Global War on Terror.
In his most recent op-ed for The Asia Times, Brandon J. Weichert describes his fears that the Taliban might be plotting a bloody farewell to the American withdrawal, which is not going well already.
In Brandon J. Weichert’s latest column for The Asia Times, he argues that If the US is to retain its lead in cyberspace, new technologies must be readily brought to bear against China.