This relentless "all or nothing" principle may only serve to hurt negotiations.
North Korea is also a possible galvanizing force in the trade war that Trump is waging with China.
The 'young marshal' Kim is in a better position than Trump in terms of his domestic political agenda.
At 34 years old, the dictator will obtain the tremendous symbolic victory that his grandfather, Kim Il Sung, and then his father, could never accomplish.
<i>If Kim had his grandfather’s imagination and could find the time, he could come to Europe by train. There are a couple arguments in favor of his coming to Warsaw.</i>
In the next couple of weeks, a meeting between the North Korean leader and the president of the United States is to take place. Only then will [Read more]
The North Korean nuclear crisis has pushed North Korea to the forefront of global controversy. The press coverage in South Korea, Japan and the Western media has dominated global opinion. For China and North Korea, the issue of how to identify and manage the differences between their two countries over the nuclear [Read more]
Even after the Trump administration is gone, the aftereffects of what it does will continue for a long time.
The White House inaugurates the year with a disturbing display of Twitter diplomacy.
[Trump's] declarations show that his foreign policy only has one objective: to feed the xenophobic and racist nationalism that keeps him in power.
Today the entire world is practically watching live as North Korea humiliates and mocks the United States.