After many years of painful waiting, we have finally reached another opportunity to peacefully resolve the North Korean nuclear issue.
[D]espite the rapprochement with China, the meeting with Trump is more important than ever for Kim Jong Un.
Many observers are still skeptical; others see the results of Trump's ever-changing course as a success.
Trump, typically, always tries to blame others for his failure.
It is simply astonishing that Trump has gone from threatening to 'totally destroy' North Korea in September ... to planning a cozy summit.
<i>The United States made a mistake – it mistook the North Korean leader’s ruthlessness for mental instability.</i>
He is a demented, crazy dictator who shouldn't be allowed in close proximity to the nuclear button. The talks to try and deter or suppress him are pointless. These strategies might work when the [Read more]
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.
Observers believe that Trump’s harsh words are indirectly a call for China to become more engaged in the crisis. What is China able to do and what does it want?
Trump learned North Korea's language of fire and fury quite quickly. Hopefully, someone will teach him... about the Cuban Missile Crisis while he spends his summer vacation on the golf course.