In the face of China's unstoppable rise, the U.S. is suffocating from the irreversible loss of its hegemony.
It is not the time for Seoul to be worried about the malnourished classes in the North, but instead to focus on how to protect its 50 million citizens, who are held hostage by North Korea’s nuclear threats.
This power play would be tolerable if it were a matter of selling an office high-rise, but at the moment, the danger of a fatal mistake grows daily.
This climate skeptic is not defending the interests of the American people any more than Kim Jong Un is defending the interests of his citizens.
Given that the rhetoric of the “Axis of Evil” of Bush and the “Strategic Patience” of Obama weren’t effective in resolving the situation on the Korean peninsula, it is unlikely the “Fire and Fury” of Trump will resolve it either.
North Korea remains stubborn ... If it remains on this path, the rest of the world should respond by deepening North Korea's isolation.
It’s difficult to imagine that it would be appropriate for the “leader” of a great country to stir up ridicule and confrontation in such a critical situation.
President Trump gave his first speech at the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Trump ridiculed Kim Jong Un, the chairman of North Korea’s [Read more]
So, should the Trump administration use its military superiority to make Kim Jong Un yield, as the U.S. president has already suggested? Short answer: That would be dangerous.
President Moon Jae-in and President Donald Trump had a telephone call during the evening of Sept. 4, 2017, to discuss U.S.-South Korea joint responses to Pyongyang after its sixth nuclear test. The call was two days after the recalcitrant regime claimed it had successfully completed the hydrostatic test for its [Read more]