Trump's decision-making process in the drone attack that pulverized the car of Gen. Soleimani is appalling.
On Jan. 2, United States Defense Secretary Mark Esper said that “we would obviously urge Kim Jong Un and his leadership team to sit back down at the negotiation table… with that said, we remain, from a military perspective, ready to fight tonight as need be.” Upon being asked whether or not it was time to resume [Read more]
Donald Trump’s administration sought Chinese cooperation on the North Korean problem by incorporating it into trade issues.
America turned to direct talks with North Korea, excluding China. China made a comeback by using economic assistance as leverage.
In reality, North Korean-American talks broke down, and [Read more]
Though the target of the Senate leaders’ letter was obviously President Trump, its message also applies to North Korea.
[T]he international community is nervous that the U.S. and North Korea are locked in a stalemate, with neither party willing to budge.
It is time for South Korea and the United States to quickly seal the cracks in their alliance and reinforce their preparedness for more North Korean provocation.
[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.