CICERO – Throughout the Cold War, China remained secondary to the Soviet Union in American strategy and thinking.  Ironically, the Asia-Pacific region was where the Cold War got the hottest in places like Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia and was home to a relatively minor nuclear power, China, which often proved the most antagonistic to American interests.  Now, after the Soviet Union devolved into a weakened Russian Republic, the rise of Chinese power has caused Continue Reading