As China continues rising and the U.S. attempts to dominate the world, Northeast Asia becomes an increasingly crucial battleground. The United States is trying to encircle China with a network of hundreds of military bases while building a trilateral military alliance with South Korea and Japan. But many in those countries want to be free of U.S.
South Korea and Japan Emerge as Key Battlegrounds in US Strategy Against China, Featuring Tim Shorrock
Dive into the intricate geopolitics of Northeast Asia with Tim Shorrock in today’s MintCast interview, exploring the shaping of Japan and South Korea by the United States, their complex political landscapes, and the potential for regional unification amidst growing U.S.-China tensions