Impeachment may be the main drama of the coming months, but the rest of the world isn’t going to sit and wait.
Trump told a rally in September that Kim had written him “beautiful letters,” and that “We fell in love.” Even for Trump, that was a pretty weird thing to say.
As far as those who say Trump gave Kim Jong Un a huge undeserved gift by shaking his hand and meeting with him, I have no use for that argument.
Kim’s visit to Beijing this week, including a photo op with China’s newly confirmed leader-for-life Xi Jingping, could change a whole lot of calculations.
It would be hard to do. And it’s by no means risk free. But it’s a lot better than the alternatives.
“North Korea’s Deadly Dictator” mixes together two main narratives.
It’s only “state sovereignty” when we do it.
We can’t keep overreacting to every bizarre Trumpian eruption — we’ll just be freaked out all the time.
Japan’s postwar Constitution renounced war as a right. An advisory group to Prime Minister Abe will suggest amendments Tuesday to enable Japan to militarily defend its interests and those of allies
Some see the release as an indication of a charm offensive, but that good will does not extend toward those in North Korea’s prison camps.
North Koreans stick to the script by praising their government and refusing gifts from their relatives in wealthy South Korea, where US troops have begun annual joint exercises.
It’s that casual
As Kenneth Bae pleads for release, here’s how five Americans won freedom from the Kim clan’s wardens — including one who founded a university in Pyongyang.
Will isolated state face Hague indictment? Probe on crimes against humanity includes look at women and at starvation as a weapon.
So bad that the regime is letting big-nosed Americans in to help.
Far fewer North Korean defectors have made it to South Korea since Kim Jong-un took power in 2012. A few escapees have reportedly returned.
Kim Jong Un must now contend with the ousted kingmaker’s vast coterie.
North Korea today confirmed the abrupt dismissal of Kim Jong-un’s top adviser, Jang Song-thaek, who was seen as supporting capitalist policies.
South Koreans react to whether their nuclear-armed neighbor will ever follow suit.
The detention of 85-year-old Merrill Newman is perplexing and opaque, even by North Korean standards.