[T]he U.S.-China trade dispute remains filled with uncertainty to which governments, enterprises and individuals must carefully respond.
America’s hand is too strong.
South Korea needs to persuade the North to stick to current strategy while getting the US to be more flexible.
Amid the dramatic changes on the Korean Peninsula last year, many people thought that the emergence of US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was a providential opportunity. That idea was grounded in the belief that Trump is different from the US presidents that have preceded him, and that Kim is [Read more]
The beginning of Korea’s diplomatic normalization must be the firm restoration of liberal democracy and the free market.
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?