It seems for the time being the Kremlin may truly not fear an American with a gun.
While there is no doubt this is Trump’s government reiterating its East Asia policy, it also highlights one important aspect of that policy: the U.S. still lacks a clear Asia-Pacific strategy.
The aftermath of Flynn’s resignation will be more substantial than any of us can imagine, be it positive or negative.
Seoul’s independent diplomacy is almost dead, even its ability to independently think politically is seriously withering.
After its disorganized entrance into office, the new government will need to improvise. Though Barack Obama's last press conference was benign, he weighed his words: "[Being president of the United States] is a job of such magnitude that you can't do it by yourself.” He added that the new president will no doubt [Read more]
Russia sees Trump's presidency as a net loss for the United States’ global position that Russia should take advantage of.
White, male and predominantly without political experience: Trump has created for himself a cabinet in his own image.