Walmart’s case clearly shows how to set in motion a virtuous cycle of economic growth.
[Trump's] declarations show that his foreign policy only has one objective: to feed the xenophobic and racist nationalism that keeps him in power.
It is not the time for Seoul to be worried about the malnourished classes in the North, but instead to focus on how to protect its 50 million citizens, who are held hostage by North Korea’s nuclear threats.
President Moon Jae-in and President Donald Trump had a telephone call during the evening of Sept. 4, 2017, to discuss U.S.-South Korea joint responses to Pyongyang after its sixth nuclear test. The call was two days after the recalcitrant regime claimed it had successfully completed the hydrostatic test for its [Read more]
The seriousness of the crisis in Korea derives from the fact that ... the inevitable conflict between America ... and China ... will meet head-on on the Korean Peninsula.
The fundamental issue here is Washington’s nonchalant attitude toward the problem.
The Moon Jae-in administration is having a tough time going through the National Assembly’s confirmation hearings. Still, it is faring a bit better than the Trump administration when it comes to the preliminary “vetting,” at least for now.
The Trump administration is a result of angry public opinion toward [Read more]
The president is, as usual, in well over his head.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in is currently on a five-day visit to the United States. He chose the U.S. as the destination for his first visit since coming to power. South Korea, regardless of who is in power, always considers the U.S. to be its superior; the only difference between them is a matter of degree among [Read more]