The recalcitrant regime ... has not yet announced to North Koreans that a second Trump-Kim meeting will be held.
The path to denuclearization has become even more murky.
Considering the progress of the nuclear missile development, there is not much time left.
The Korean Peninsula may once again fall into a strongman versus strongman confrontational structure.
This was utterly vile and inexcusably reckless.
What if Donald Trump were right for a change? Not everything has to be wrong just because he does it.
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]
Trump’s government has advanced a new policy toward North Korea: maximum pressure to compel North Korea to change its behavior.
Japan, the U.S. and South Korea can strengthen sanctions, but as long as China remains absent from the process, it will be difficult to isolate North Korea.