The emperor of lies is building his own coffin, and there is no shortage of hands willing to drive a nail into it.
[R]eciprocal trust has apparently been damaged by an opportunity that, in all truth, has been wasted.
Now is the time for Japan, America and South Korea to cooperate and put even more pressure on North Korea.
Will relations between Washington and Pyongyang evolve to the point where the North Korean power believes in a possible future without nuclear weapons and therefore, without external threat?
On the right side of the political chessboard is the purest egoism, while the left takes refuge behind ethical considerations.
[I]f the summit was blustery, it was due to other reasons, not to cloudscapes in the meeting’s organization
Kim will not be unsatisfied with the course of events. His people ... will praise him for being able to withstand American pressure.
US presidents used in the past to encourage other countries to pursue the rule of law and fight corruption. But a president under constant investigation for these crimes of dishonesty will not make a very plausible advocate.