U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres has said that a U.S.-China Cold War would be "dangerous and more difficult to manage" than past conflicts.
"We need to avoid at all cost a Cold War that would be different from the past one, and probably more dangerous...," UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said.
China has reacted with angry after the U.S., U.K., and Australia announced a major security pact that will see the countries co-develop nuclear submarines for missions near Beijing.
After the press reported the detection of Chinese submarines by the U.K.'s carrier strike group, a Communist Party newspaper claimed it was part of the plan.
The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Benfold made its maiden Taiwan Strait transit on Wednesday.
The 40th president's optimistic faith—and lucky timing—help explain his enduring appeal.
Ongoing confrontations between NATO and Russian forces in recent weeks have prompted fears of a sudden, violent escalation.
U.S. Navy Captain Mike Kafka said the Russian vessels had left the area following drills in the Pacific.
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has ordered the termination of the near 30-year "Open Lands" memorandum of understanding that allowed for the mutual easing of travel restrictions for U.S. and Russian personnel in respective host countries.
These leaders are unabashed about the superiority of their unique cultural and national heritages over the Brussels-based European Union siren song.
New York-born Suzanne Massie told Kremlin-friendly channel NTV it would be a great "honor" to become a a Russian citizen.
Begich Towers, otherwise known as the BTI building, is a 14-storey complex which has been turned into a condominium association with 196 units.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Moscow is ready to improve ties with Washington if the U.S. stops posturing like a "sovereign" rallying its allies against Russia and China.
The former statesman was described as a true "patriot" by top officials and policy influencers.
Halverson and other pilots were participants in "Operation Little Vittles," which dropped tons of candy to German children near the beginning of the Cold War.
The former Soviet leader warned that the coronavirus pandemic has set Washington, D.C. and Beijing on the path to conflict.
The quandary of Taiwan, a pivotal issue for U.S.-China relations, calls for caution and nuance, not recklessness.
The president would be wise to follow the Gipper's lead.
The mosques that China is alleged to have destroyed were just "being renovated," Liu Xiaoming told a press conference.
Some observers have already declared the second Cold War as bipartisan consensus on the Chinese challenge emerges more clearly in Washington, D.C.
There is much talk of a budding "new Cold War" with China, but that analogy is counterproductive.
China and the United States are veering toward a "new Cold War," Beijing's foreign minister warned just one day after Hong Kong protests reignited.
In a classified State Department memo obtained by Newsweek, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo suggested Russia may been capturing images of infrastructure for the purposes of targeting it with "conventionally-armed, precision-guided weapons."
The U.S and China are engaged in a heated war of words. Is it the start of a long and nasty cold war?
Discovery could have implications for future geoengineering research into influencing rain.
Matthews warned that if Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders wins the 2020 election, there could be socialist-led executions in Central Park.
Is the Cold War Back? Ninety-three separate military exercises last year weren't held in the Mideast and weren't directed at Tehran. They were directed against Moscow.
Gorbachev, an advocate for nuclear disarmament, said, "The key to resolving security issues lies not in weapons, but in politics."