Breaking with his fellow conservatives, Chun Yung Woo says "there will be no solution" to the North Korean nuclear crisis without willingness to compromise on the U.S. alliance.
South Korea’s president comes to Washington to prop up diplomacy with North Korea.
An Atlantic journalist opens up his notebook
In an astonishing remark from an official working on North Korea negotiations, Chung In Moon says South Korea should eventually find new ways to ensure its security.
Kim Jong Un “has been playing a high-risk, high-return game. And he has never lost a bet thus far.”
In selecting a location with no connection to the Korean war, the president opted for neutral ground.
In one scenario, the Islamic Republic slowly restarts its nuclear program—and further destabilizes the region.
There’s a reason it hasn’t happened for 65 years.
That has big implications for everyone else.
From maximum pressure to maximum engagement
Shinzo Abe has placed a big bet on courting the U.S. president. He’s about to see whether it will pay off.
Asked what’s behind bad relations with Russia, the nominee for secretary of state broke with Trump.
In this war, truth itself is a battleground.
After the latest suspected chemical attack, the United States has four options.
“It’s entirely possible that the blowup is just yet to come,” says one observer of the president’s foreign policy.
And how the U.S. president can try to avoid getting played
A close reading of what the Korean leader reportedly told Xi Jinping in Beijing
By shuttering a consulate and expelling 60 diplomats in response to the spy poisoning in Britain, he’s taken a remarkably hard line against Putin.
The president’s new national-security adviser doesn’t seem to think the current strategy is likely to work.
Trump is replacing his national-security adviser with John Bolton, a persistent advocate of military intervention.