“I am doing my best for you” is the impression Trump gives to his domestic supporters, not the world. That is his style of diplomacy.
Sending messages one-sidedly on Twitter can’t even be called an explanation.
America withdrew from the Paris agreement and has made it clear it has no intention of changing its policy, which reveals once more a trend of disorder within the G-7.
Using a commercial ship as a magic weapon to defend territorial waters and to safeguard maritime rights seems a bit preposterous.
With hope still ahead, the announcement to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement came out of President Trump’s mouth.
United States intervention is necessary for stability in the Middle East.
It cannot be helped that President Trump’s dismissal of FBI Director James Comey is being criticized as a blatant move to crush the investigation into Russian ties. I would like to warn that, unless the “Russiagate" suspicion can be explained, the United States will face grave problems in the future.
On May 10-11, President Moon Jae-in exchanged views on key diplomatic and security issues during a telephone conversation with President Donald Trump, Chinese President Xi Jinping, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. President Moon confirmed the other countries' basic awareness of the North Korean nuclear issue, [Read more]
Movements and reforms that include racial divides do not bring about social justice.
Using military force without presenting clear proof to organizations like the U.N. Security Council is going too far.