[T]his is a president in reverse gear. But as he rolls backward without the rearview mirror of experience, he could run over anything.
We cannot help but be astonished by his arrogance and lack of respect for our country. It is obviously an affront to South Koreans.
America to [Trump] is a huge company.
While Donald Trump has written many books on the subject of business ... all of these books seem to end at Chapter 11.
After World War II and until the end of the Cold War, Japan played the role of the so-called bulwark against the Soviet Union for the United States. Now there is an attempt to pull Japan into U.S. strategy against China.
It's logical to spy everywhere.
Our alliance with the U.S. does not exist in isolation from wider geopolitical currents in our Indo-Pacific region.
The message to the Balts, the Poles and the Americans is: If things get really serious we might support you morally, but certainly not militarily.
There’s a big fella to the south, a bruiser with a beef arm, to frighten off any bullies.
Since the end of the Cold War, the U.S. has actually been rather adamant that Japan patch things up with Russia.