Trump’s positive rapport with President Xi may be what is causing a closer relationship between the two countries, despite the policy disagreements.
What if Donald Trump were right for a change? Not everything has to be wrong just because he does it.
President Moon’s simplistic thinking that Seoul should take the wheel to resolve the North Korea problem cannot solve the complex equation of security in the Korean Peninsula.
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]
The political atmosphere in the U.S. is currently in turmoil with new scandals blooming every morning.
In this short period, Trump has discovered ... that the populist formula of governing he proposed has no place in a country with firmly rooted democratic convictions.
In light of the possible attack on North Korea, I will share a few thoughts. Without any political analysis, purely from a technical military standpoint: the balance of power and weighing of threats, so to speak.
1) If the United States does decide to attack North Korea, there will be no talk of a ground operation [Read more]
In diplomatic dealings, it is important to strike a balance between dialogue and applying pressure.