When faced with North Korea’s threats, we needed a speech that would have united the international community instead of dividing it even further.
To deport these young people (most of them in their early 20s) out of the United States is to uproot and completely ruin their lives. It is difficult to understand the decision from a humanitarian lens.
Barack Obama had eight years in which to dissuade North Korea, but he irresponsibly squandered this time.
In the matter of the missiles, there is an unknown factor that nobody can assess in the event of a possible war. It is the “T-Factor.”
Looking beyond all the diplomatic calculations, the strategic analyses, the nuclear experiments, the demonstrative missile launches South Korea is now carrying out to not seem [Read more]
President Moon Jae-in and President Donald Trump had a telephone call during the evening of Sept. 4, 2017, to discuss U.S.-South Korea joint responses to Pyongyang after its sixth nuclear test. The call was two days after the recalcitrant regime claimed it had successfully completed the hydrostatic test for its [Read more]
The man with the peculiar head of hair knows what he knows and he knows it because he knows it.
<i>There’s a growing feeling in Washington that the head of the U.S. government is irrelevant.</i>
In the era of sound and fury on social media, the first irrelevant presidency has been born. Following the general horror the president of the United States caused when he described the racist groups who killed three [Read more]
... Trump’s statement that he is not aiming to nation-build but simply to “kill terrorists” is both bravado and proof that the U.S. continues to commit the same errors time and time again.
This is how Trump goes into the first session of NAFTA renegotiations. ... weak, battered, isolated, with little support, and with petitions demanding that he resign or be impeached.
President Moon’s simplistic thinking that Seoul should take the wheel to resolve the North Korea problem cannot solve the complex equation of security in the Korean Peninsula.