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.
Washington needs to reinforce its alliances in order to thwart Pyongyang's interest in missile capabilities and emergent nuclear weapons.
Countering Chinese provocations requires tougher responses.
Beijing’s bad behavior is damaging the region’s common spaces.
China is prepared to reject the UN’s decision. What is America going to do about it?
Standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the Philippines
There is a clear distinction between war as an instrument of policy and self-defense to protect Japan and its people.
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