Issues / War & Peace
The president may be a diplomatic wrecking ball, but he believes his investment in Korea is too big to fail. That's a good thing.
Congressional apathy toward our wars and schemes abroad marks a dangerous sign of democratic decay. But it’s not too late.
Over 22.5 million people have been forced to flee their countries. Last year, less than 200,000 were resettled.
But for the Korea talks to work, the administration will have to value diplomacy far more than it did on Iran.
From the G-7 dustup to the flashy photo shoot with Kim Jong-Un, U.S. foreign policy is now determined solely by the president's pettiest personal preferences.
Don't wait for the next massacre to start calling out the more insidious violence Palestinians suffer every day.
The Israeli forces mowing down unarmed Palestinian protesters also train U.S. police forces that brutalize communities of color.
Why is the Democratic Party making peace in Korea more difficult?
If Trump wants a successful South Asia policy, he'd best start by mending fences with Pakistan.
The U.S. and North Korean leaders are both playing a long con designed to maintain their own short-term political survival.