[Trump's] declarations show that his foreign policy only has one objective: to feed the xenophobic and racist nationalism that keeps him in power.
Barack Obama had eight years in which to dissuade North Korea, but he irresponsibly squandered this time.
It seems clear that the U.S. will continue to opt against military action, at least for now.
Pyongyang has always put unbearable pressure on the U.S.-South Korean alliance; trying to force North Korea to surrender or concede is probably unrealistic.
The U.S. reserves various legal and propaganda loopholes for itself so as not to comply with the agreements it has signed and to justify its non-compliance.
[THAAD] is a key weapon that can extend America’s militaristic hegemony over China and eastern Russia.
The recent geopolitical situation of the Korean Peninsula and Northeast Asia has moved away from direct confrontation to the conversation phase. A Korea-China-Japan summit is scheduled to happen shortly after the U.S.-Korea summit, and the possibility of a Korea-Japan summit is becoming more real. In addition, the [Read more]
It is not difficult to see why America is demanding that Korea develop a 'more enhanced global role' and reconcile with Japan; it is about China.
On April 2, six countries, including the USA, reached an agreement that will halt Iranian nuclear development. Iran will stop producing nuclear materials needed for nuclear weapons, and the United Nations Security Council, just as the USA, will lift the economic sanctions against Iran, participants reported. The [Read more]