Although North Korea may celebrate the 105th anniversary of its founder Kim Il Sung on April 15 by conducting a nuclear or missile test, President Donald Trump has ordered the deployment of a naval battle group to the Korean Peninsula. The warning to the Pyongyang regime is clear. It can also be seen as a sign of [Read more]
All it took was for Trump to launch 59 missiles at Russia’s closest ally in the Arab world, Syria and, voila, the villain of yesterday became the darling of America.
But the problem is – as it has always been with Mr. al-Assad’s atrocities – that atrocities are not themselves justification for one state to use force against another. This is true whether atrocities are committed with small arms or banned weapons of mass destruction.