[T]he U.S. ally should understand the uniqueness of the current U.S. political climate and devise a way to deal with it accordingly.
Trump, at least in this regard, has penetrated the essence of the North Korean problem more accurately than any other politician in Korea. It is a relief, yet on the other hand, it is also a pity.
Walmart’s case clearly shows how to set in motion a virtuous cycle of economic growth.
We are witnessing an attempt by Pyongyang to weaken Washington’s influence over its southern neighbor.
[Trump's] declarations show that his foreign policy only has one objective: to feed the xenophobic and racist nationalism that keeps him in power.
If we continue to vacillate restlessly between the U.S. and China, we will lose them both.