Still, Mr. Trump is an American president who can be said to think little about the consequences of his actions...So we can immediately wonder if this summit will even take place in the end.
North Korea’s brinkmanship only provokes anger. Washington should reduce barriers to open a high-level dialogue with Pyongyang.
On May 10-11, President Moon Jae-in exchanged views on key diplomatic and security issues during a telephone conversation with President Donald Trump, Chinese President Xi Jinping, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. President Moon confirmed the other countries' basic awareness of the North Korean nuclear issue, [Read more]
The road to peace may be long, but we need to work together with the survivors to realize a world without nuclear weapons, a world without war.
It’s time to discard the passive attitude and adopt a more forward approach to the nuclear issue.
The saying by Ambassador Garcia Robles upon receiving the Nobel Peace Prize is as or even more valid today as it was in 1982: 'Mankind is confronted with a choice; we must halt the arms race and proceed to disarmament, or face annihilation.'
I wonder if this administration could look any of the surviving victims in the eye and say that nuclear weapons are a 'necessary evil' for the sake of the U.S.-Japan alliance.