Chancellor Merkel is holding fast to a “no weapons for Ukraine” doctrine during her Washington visit, while President Obama looks for positive signals.
Kissinger is a diplomatic realist and a living testimony to U.S. diplomacy.
<i>The “hawks” in U.S. politics gained real levers of influence over the Democratic president, as well as carte blanche in U.S. foreign policy.</i>
On Jan. 3, 2015, John McCain stepped into the position of chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee. From now on, the Republican voice will set the tone in the [Read more]
Recently, a rather odd notion occurred to me: The result of the U.S. midterm elections will have a positive effect on Japanese national security. Let me explain why I think that is.
On November 4, the Republican Party enjoyed a massive victory in the U.S. midterm elections. The Republicans had complete victory in [Read more]