Given that the president is famous for his provocative tweets, one has to ask, where does such a sudden change in tone come from?
In a series of interviews with the U.S. media including CBS and The Washington Post, President Moon Jae In revealed his strategy for approaching North Korea to solve the North Korean nuclear issue. He presented a step-by-step approach utilizing sanctions and dialogue, to first end North Korea’s nuclear and missile [Read more]
Two international strongmen, President Trump and Chinese President Xi, have so far made numerous comments that focus on putting their national interests first in all areas.
China needs to have a plan to prepare for war on the Korean Peninsula.
Although Trump approved of South Korea and Japan getting nuclear weapons in the excitement of the campaign, no U.S. president would want a nuclear contest in Northeast Asia.
Barack Obama is setting back the history of Russian-American relations by decades.
North Korea will take as a major insult the U.S. branding of Chairman Kim — the [people's] supreme leader — as a perpetrator of human rights abuses.
[Trump] does not seem to understand that the responsibilities and burdens America has in being a part of foreign affairs are inseparable from its foreign influence.