The tension between the U.S. and Russia continues to rise. Spurred by the future of the Syrian Civil War, this conflict is quite capable of destabilizing the rest of the international world. Both parties should make more of an effort to control their antagonism toward one another.
The U.S., along with the U.K. and [Read more]
One could be forgiven for seriously wondering if what we are dealing with right now might not be a Cold War redux: Russo-West relations have hit rock bottom, again, with Russian diplomats being expelled in quick succession by the U.S., among other countries.
The direct precipitant of all this geopolitical [Read more]
'[W]e can do no more than plead with the U.S. military because Japan does not hold the power to enforce measures such as investigations or flight suspensions.'
President Donald Trump came to Japan and held talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. At a joint press conference, Trump expressed solidarity with the prime minister, criticizing North Korea’s nuclear testing and missile launches as “a threat … to peace and stability” and looked to strengthen Japan – U.S. [Read more]
It is regrettable that Abe’s primary objective in the current crisis is not to be constructive but to use the crisis for his political ends.
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]
The fundamental issue here is Washington’s nonchalant attitude toward the problem.
In order to solve the problem of nuclear missiles in North Korea, denuclearization must be the final goal.