For an embattled president seeking foreign policy success, Korea looks increasingly enticing.
North Korea is no stranger to statements of intent with respect to dialing back their nuclear weapons programs, particularly when more food, fuel and economic aid might be on tap.
Knifefighting with the National Security Council and public dissention on the Iran deal have many questioning Secretary James Mattis’ future.
There are many regimes flouting human rights around the world and the United States does not have the resources, or the will, or the legal authority to challenge them all.
Of the leaders of the West’s great powers, only Macron seems to have cracked the code on captivating Trump.
Fresh trouble may be brewing between the president’s national security advisor and his defense chief.
Cuba’s new president inherits a government, with few exceptions, dominated by inertia and conditioned to regard change as a negative.
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