The agenda and the meeting place for the U.S.-North Korea summit has been decided, but the course of the U.S.-North Korea conference is not yet known.
Even if the U.S. abdicates the responsibility it carries out in peace and prosperity, the retreat from liberalization and democratization cannot remain as it is.
The tension between the U.S. and Russia continues to rise. Spurred by the future of the Syrian Civil War, this conflict is quite capable of destabilizing the rest of the international world. Both parties should make more of an effort to control their antagonism toward one another.
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The current Trump method of diplomacy is in danger of distorting the world’s trade rules and inviting a worthless trade war.
One could be forgiven for seriously wondering if what we are dealing with right now might not be a Cold War redux: Russo-West relations have hit rock bottom, again, with Russian diplomats being expelled in quick succession by the U.S., among other countries.
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These moves are blatantly sly and welcome the debasement of the grace and the dignity of the country called the United States of America.
Trump has yet again outwitted himself with his own hubris by agreeing to a one-on-one meeting with Kim. From the cradle, Kim learned from North Korea’s past leaders — his father and grandfather — how to play the world for suckers.