Korea cannot remain defensive anymore; we need to be more proactive in our response.
Although North Korea may celebrate the 105th anniversary of its founder Kim Il Sung on April 15 by conducting a nuclear or missile test, President Donald Trump has ordered the deployment of a naval battle group to the Korean Peninsula. The warning to the Pyongyang regime is clear. It can also be seen as a sign of [Read more]
A pre-emptive strike is an irresponsible and reckless idea that asks us to risk a second Korean War to remove a potential threat to America.
On the morning of April 5, North Korea fired a ballistic missile off its east coast. The missile, which was launched from the port city of Shinpo, Hamgyong-namdo, flew about 60 kilometers (about 4 miles) and plunged into the North’s eastern waters. The projectile is likely to be the “Pukguksong-2,” an [Read more]
China needs to have a plan to prepare for war on the Korean Peninsula.
The paranoia and administrative chaos in the White House and State Department are so intense that the first authoritative reports and responses following the tests didn’t come from Washington.
The White House announced on Jan. 21 that it will “look at all of the trade deals throughout the globe…and in many cases [they] can update [them]” in order to “make sure they continue to benefit America and American workers.” Subject to re-evaluation are the North American Free Trade Agreement and the [Read more]
The aftermath of Flynn’s resignation will be more substantial than any of us can imagine, be it positive or negative.
Seoul’s independent diplomacy is almost dead, even its ability to independently think politically is seriously withering.
President Donald Trump, led by “America First” ideas, is showing his far-right and racist colors through the introduction of far-fetched policies. It seems he is dictating his extreme political ideologies inside and outside of his country instead of trying to rationally reorganize order. It is a concern as to [Read more]