The two nuclear powers have to come to terms with the fact that no one will come out a winner if they resort to military action.
One clue to understanding the loss of trust in the professional integrity of the Western media is their unrelenting efforts to demonize Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The Japanese government's stance on the U.N. nuclear ban treaty is a deeply flawed misreading of international sentiment and a deep betrayal of Japan's own history, legacy and people.
Three years into his five-year term, it is more accurate to describe Modi's record as "maximum talk and boast, minimum action and results."
Making Northeast Asia a nuclear-free-weapon zone would add a further firewall between regional quarrels and nuclear war in a high-risk region.
The 1987 nuclear-free act was a milestone in New Zealand's development as a nation.
Those who raise uncomfortable questions about how the West's foreign and domestic policies elevate the threat of terrorism do not deserve being tarred as traitors or Islamophobes.
Nearly a half century after the signing of the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty, the non-nuclear weapons states are no longer idly waiting for the nuclear powers to disarm.
U.S. policy on Asia seems adrift under the Trump administration.
A resolution of the North Korean crisis requires a mixed strategy of pressure and engagement, not military threats.