The Korean Peninsula is heating up and the Trump administration's policy appears to be to stoke the flames.
Beijing should rethink its self-defeating strategy of trashing Seoul.
The U.S. and its allies should respond to what Pyongyang is rather than what it isn't.
Russia may not be America's best buddy, but Washington's campaign to turn Moscow into an enemy is dangerous.
American officials have been frustrated with China's support for the North, but so far have failed to give Beijing a good reason to risk instability and chaos on its doorstep.
It seems Kim Jong Un is tying up loose ends, eliminating a family heir who might have been used to legitimize a successor regime.
The brutal mistreatment of religious minorities is the norm in Muslim-majority countries.
Washington's refusal to negotiate with Pyongyang hasn't slowed down North Korea's military activities.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump says he wants to make America great again. But his economic policies are likely to have the opposite effect
The EU started as a loose collection of states cooperating for common ends but has turned into a consolidated continental state with little concern for what European peoples desire.