Seasoned diplomats are much subtler and more prudent than badgers of the same stripe.
Was the U.S.-North Korea summit a great first step for peace in Northeast Asia? Hardly.
The U.S.-Iran stalemate will continue, but don't expect the mother of all wars any time soon.
China should not repeat Japan's mistake of underestimating the resoluteness of America.
In the world of Donald Trump, there are enemies but no allies because he is so righteous and superior.
Washington and Beijing need to come to their senses before they ruin global trade system that has taken decades to build and maintain.
If Russia and Turkey are born-again democratic empires in the modern era, what about Japan?
Yet again, a leader in Beijing is trying to make China great.
The post-Korean War framework that laid the foundation for the region's peace and prosperity may soon unravel.
Trump should stay committed to the goal of denuclearlizing North Korea, even if it means walking away from negotiations.