Either Japan or America can end the agreement with six months' notice, so it would not be inappropriate to call this arrangement unstable.
Nothing better than a good enemy to reconcile lost support, even at the cost of opening an inactive front in the heart of the most troubled region of the world.
The government of South Carolina has demanded through its court system that the U.S. government observe its agreement with Russia on the disposal of weapon-grade plutonium. South Carolina is determined that the 2010 agreements with Moscow on the disposal of weapons-grade plutonium be kept. Experts believe that the time [Read more]
Iran's seemingly endless anti-American campaign projects the views not of society as a whole but of a small, loud-mouthed elite that uses 'anti-Yankeeism' as a tool to distort reality.
What is being considered a triumph for diplomacy could have negative impacts for Mexico.
<i>The question is whether Obama will become another Reagan, who, through his negotiations with Gorbachev, put an end to the Cold War, or another Chamberlain, who dared Hitler to continue his invasion.</i>
Americans and Europeans are most concerned about Islamic State terrorism. America is not unanimous in its [Read more]
Does the Vienna agreement signal a more cooperative Iran? In fact, nothing indicates that.
The historic Iran nuclear deal, which aims to prevent Tehran from producing enough material to build an atomic weapon, will not actually ensure an end to hostility. In fact, the opposite is true. There are many enemies of this agreement. Firstly, the American naysayers who aim to sabotage any success for President [Read more]