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.
Trump now in word and deed has shown he really means business.
We face the very real prospect of a nuclear war triggered by an addled Twitter feed and North Korea’s equally preposterous propaganda arm.
It’s difficult to imagine that it would be appropriate for the “leader” of a great country to stir up ridicule and confrontation in such a critical situation.
President Trump gave his first speech at the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Trump ridiculed Kim Jong Un, the chairman of North Korea’s [Read more]
Barack Obama had eight years in which to dissuade North Korea, but he irresponsibly squandered this time.
Most European governments are already discounting the importance of the U.S. in international affairs. Increasingly, they see Trump as a symptom of the declining significance of the U.S. as an international player, rather than the disease itself.
In the matter of the missiles, there is an unknown factor that nobody can assess in the event of a possible war. It is the “T-Factor.”
Looking beyond all the diplomatic calculations, the strategic analyses, the nuclear experiments, the demonstrative missile launches South Korea is now carrying out to not seem [Read more]