A delegation from North Korea’s Foreign Ministry held informal talks with former U.S. State Department officials in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, for two days, starting on Oct. 21, 2016. Among the North Korean participants were Vice Foreign Minister Han Song-ryol and Deputy U.N. Ambassador Jang Il-hun, while those on the [Read more]
Many politicians are purposefully looking for a scapegoat for America’s mess, so China is seen as the instigator of American problems and as America’s challenger.
We reject the attempts to undo decades of efforts to achieve a close relationship.
On the eve of the G20 meeting, as the world’s two largest economies and trade nations, the U.S. and China must join forces and fight trade protectionism together.
America’s consistent trick is to raise up the banner of “international law” when it is advantageous. But when it isn’t, the U.S. treads international law underfoot and continues on its way with complete disregard for it.
In the lead-up to the presidential election, at the start of April, two opinion polls were published looking more closely at the values and opinions of American voters. One of them was carried out by Quinnipiac University and the other by the Public Religion Research Institute in collaboration with The Atlantic [Read more]
<i>Intimidation, mounting fear, and anxiety: The U.S. presidential campaign is having a direct influence on the ambiance in classrooms around the country. A study has criticized the so-called "Trump effect."</i>
Previously, the presidential election every four years was a time when American schoolteachers took [Read more]
The United States follows a strategy so flawed that the principal enemies of its enemies ... are on its official list of terrorist organizations.
The United States is going to set free about 6,000 prisoners who have been serving sentences for nonviolent drug offenses. Brazil should follow this movement closely.
The Pentagon develops a new strategy of containment for Moscow.