[T]here are compelling reasons to see that America is in decline and is withdrawing from its position as world leader.
If ... Washington is drawn into this impeachment whirlwind, it is likely that foreign issues such as denuclearization in North Korea will be deferred.
In retrospect, it’s amazing how long John Bolton, President Donald Trump’s national security advisor, endured.
When they hurled insults at each other such as “little rocket man” and “dotard,” and traded threats of nuclear annihilation, few could imagine that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump would develop such a lasting bromance in so little time.
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The gradual ending of [military] exercises ... has turned the U.S.-South Korea alliance into a mere 'paper alliance.'
[T]he U.S. ... unceremoniously alters, reinterprets or disregards those provisions of international law with which it is not satisfied.
Displaying a firm Japanese-American alliance at home and abroad is meant to protect Japan, naturally, but also the peace and stability of the Indo-Pacific region and the world.
[S]hort and medium-range missiles that target Japan and South Korea are a threat to America’s alliances with those countries.
Trumpism must be realistic.
The symbolism is strong, because American presidents who have visited the DMZ before Trump have never done so in a spirit of reconciliation.