The second Trump-Kim summit was a failure, quickly leading to North Korea resuming missile testing. But they aren’t the only ones with nuclear ambitions.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un are scheduled to meet again. Here are several reasons to be optimistic about next month’s summit.
The media is missing the real story on the peninsula. If that gives Koreans space to lead, maybe that’s not such a bad thing.
From the G-7 dustup to the flashy photo shoot with Kim Jong-Un, U.S. foreign policy is now determined solely by the president’s pettiest personal preferences.
But for the Korea talks to work, the administration will have to value diplomacy far more than it did on Iran.
The hard-right national security adviser successfully tanked the Iran deal. His next target? The North Korea talks.
Trump’s “art of the deal” is about to get its most high-profile test yet. The early prognosis is not good.
Some in the Trump administration are eyeing regime change in North Korea. They’re missing what’s really going on over there.
It’s not too late for diplomacy with North Korea’s leader.
Donald Trump should lose in November. But when you add a joker to the game, it throws off the odds.
South Korea should focus less on extracting apologies from North Korea and more on pursuing pragmatic projects with Pyongyang.
In films like American Sniper and The Interview, Americans are the heroes and “furriners” are the targets: an undifferentiated group of people so alien that they’re practically subhuman.
We’re better off having the limits of free speech tested by artists — including obnoxious ones — than having its limits imposed by political rulers.
South Korean activists are using balloons to send political and religious propaganda across the DMZ. They’re also endangering Koreans on both sides of the border.