We might not get a resolution from a day or two of talks, but a path and a process would be helpful.
Diplomacy, dialogue, negotiations and such are worthy pursuits, but they must be done from a position of obvious strength and an undoubted ability to prevail.
America must immediately enhance its regional missile and air defenses and those of its allies.
Hawaii’s recent experience must be used to improve public knowledge across our nation of the threat, and decisions on preparations.
And the United States needs to step up to the plate to prevent it.
North Korea has been an “existential threat” to our allies, Japan and the Republic of Korea, for quite some time.
America must target Pyongyang's supporters.
Jacob Heilbrunn and Wallace C. Gregson discuss the military options on the Korean Peninsula.
America must respond with a robust “whole of government” effort.
Pyongyang consistently confounds Washington’s estimates of its military capability and resiliency.
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