We are witnessing an attempt by Pyongyang to weaken Washington’s influence over its southern neighbor.
The North Korea problem is a matter of life and death for Japan.
The situation around the Korean Peninsula is becoming more dire every day, but is our voice being heard in the grand strategies of the superpowers?
The date for the first presidential summit between South Korean President Moon Jae-In and U.S. President Donald Trump has been set. The two leaders will meet at the White House on June 29 and 30 to discuss topics such as the U.S.-Korean alliance, the North Korean nuclear crisis, and economic cooperation. Especially [Read more]
Upon being asked about the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system during a radio interview on May 17, the newly elected floor leader of the liberal Minjoo Party of Korea, Woo Won-shik, answered, “We have to look into issues including the possibility of sending back THAAD, if it has not properly undergone domestic [Read more]
The political atmosphere in the U.S. is currently in turmoil with new scandals blooming every morning.
Trump’s government has advanced a new policy toward North Korea: maximum pressure to compel North Korea to change its behavior.
China needs to have a plan to prepare for war on the Korean Peninsula.
It is increasingly clear that the deteriorating situation has fallen out of China’s hands.