North Korea’s brinkmanship only provokes anger. Washington should reduce barriers to open a high-level dialogue with Pyongyang.
We are completely flabbergasted that Trump is spending his time on quarreling with athletes.
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.
We need to see North Korea as it is without any preconceived ideas.
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.
Considering the progress of the nuclear missile development, there is not much time left.
The humiliation and despair that come with the decline in the U.S. economy have been building for years and finally engendered the presidency of Trump, a political outsider. Trump did not win the presidency with his personal appeal alone.
To deport these young people (most of them in their early 20s) out of the United States is to uproot and completely ruin their lives. It is difficult to understand the decision from a humanitarian lens.
The Korean Peninsula may once again fall into a strongman versus strongman confrontational structure.
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]