On Jan. 2, United States Defense Secretary Mark Esper said that “we would obviously urge Kim Jong Un and his leadership team to sit back down at the negotiation table… with that said, we remain, from a military perspective, ready to fight tonight as need be.” Upon being asked whether or not it was time to resume [Read more]
The U.S. can hardly cope with the extremely complicated Middle East situation by taking vengeance on Iran.
If ... Washington is drawn into this impeachment whirlwind, it is likely that foreign issues such as denuclearization in North Korea will be deferred.
If you still have doubts as to whether the nuclear arms race has been revived, it is unfortunately time to sweep them away.
[T]he U.S. ... unceremoniously alters, reinterprets or disregards those provisions of international law with which it is not satisfied.
Displaying a firm Japanese-American alliance at home and abroad is meant to protect Japan, naturally, but also the peace and stability of the Indo-Pacific region and the world.
[N]o one really believes the Trump administration is that eager to make a new nuclear deal.
The five countries remaining in the nuclear agreement ... must support the Iranian economy and hurry with measures that safeguard against a worsening of the situation.
[D]iplomacy is not about personal friendship. The point is to find a solution to the problem of denuclearizing North Korea.
Tehran’s main goal is to garner support from European countries in providing cover from US sanctions, which have been re-imposed since the US left the deal in May 2018.