[T]he excessive demands made by Trump ... may ... jeopardize the relationship between the U.S. and Korea.
The claim about a rift in the U.S.-ROK alliance has proven to be baseless
Besides speed skating and curling, the endurance sport of politics took place in Pyeongchang. It was a competition with few contestants – the United States, North Korea and South Korea – but with high stakes: relaxation on the Korean Peninsula and the prelude to dialogue with the nearly nuclear power of North [Read more]
On July 28, Hillary Clinton accepted the U.S. Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, and began her final showdown with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Regardless of whether she wins the November presidential election, a new chapter has already begun in U.S. politics. In her acceptance speech, [Read more]
Shocking poll results have shown that the U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump can beat the prospective Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. According to the May 2 results by American pollster Ramussen Reports, Trump has received 41 percent of popular support compared to Clinton’s 39 percent, gaining [Read more]