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The Twisted Timeline of Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un

The Twisted Timeline of Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un

How "Little Rocket Man" and the "deranged dotard" trod a path from insults to handshakes.
Here’s How the Trump-Kim Summit Could Play Out

Here’s How the Trump-Kim Summit Could Play Out

No one knows for sure what will happen in Singapore. These are some of the possibilities.
This Is What North Korea Sanctions Relief Should Look Like

This Is What North Korea Sanctions Relief Should Look Like

If North Korea agrees to denuclearize, here's how Trump should go about rolling back sanctions.
What a Secret Cold War Game of Nuclear Hide-and-Seek Teaches Us About North Korean Verification

What a Secret Cold War Game of Nuclear Hide-and-Seek Teaches Us About North Korean Verification

Making sure that Pyongyang actually destroys its nuclear weapons may be impossible.
How North Korea Can Strike It Rich

How North Korea Can Strike It Rich

Pyongyang's path to prosperity starts in Singapore.
The Photo-Op Summit

The Photo-Op Summit

America isn't going to achieve any of its stated objectives by meeting with North Korea in Singapore. And that's okay.
The United States and Europe Still Need Each Other

The United States and Europe Still Need Each Other

In the run-up to the G-7 summit, Trump seemed to forget a key lesson from history.
India Is Panicking About a Virus Passed by Bat Poop

India Is Panicking About a Virus Passed by Bat Poop

The Nipah virus is awful. Hysteria makes it worse.
This American Visited North Korea’s Most Sensitive Nuke Sites. What He Saw Blew His Mind.

This American Visited North Korea’s Most Sensitive Nuke Sites. What He Saw Blew His Mind.

North Koreans wanted the renowned scientist Siegfried Hecker to know they could hide their bomb material and the United States would never find it.
Two Years Later, No Amnesty for the GOP’s Never Trump Camp

Two Years Later, No Amnesty for the GOP’s Never Trump Camp

Many remain critical, others have repented, but all are shut out from the Trump State Department.
North Korea Is a Human Rights Disaster. Trump Shouldn’t Turn a Blind Eye.

North Korea Is a Human Rights Disaster. Trump Shouldn’t Turn a Blind Eye.

The United States has a moral responsibility and pragmatic imperative to keep rights violations on the table at the Singapore summit.
Abe Just Won’t Quit

Abe Just Won’t Quit

Japanese prime ministers usually resign at the first whiff of scandal — but this one is breaking the mold.
Pompeo’s Pledge to Lift Hiring Freeze at State Department Hits Big Snag

Pompeo’s Pledge to Lift Hiring Freeze at State Department Hits Big Snag

Diplomats who welcomed the new secretary of state are now feeling let down.
The Real Reason the Middle East Hates NGOs

The Real Reason the Middle East Hates NGOs

Western promoters of democracy aren’t seen as a threat to individual rulers but as a reminder of colonial history.
Bullies Don’t Win at Diplomacy

Bullies Don’t Win at Diplomacy

President Donald Trump is learning that, just because the United States is powerful, that doesn’t mean it can push other countries around.
Democracies Need a Little Help From Their Friends

Democracies Need a Little Help From Their Friends

The war against foreign-funded NGOs — from India to Israel — is harming democratic governance, not enhancing it.
Superbugs Are Going to Eat Us Alive

Superbugs Are Going to Eat Us Alive

Drug-resistant diseases are on the rise. Only a global effort to prevent overuse of antibiotics can halt the threat.
Meeting With North Korea Is a Win for America

Meeting With North Korea Is a Win for America

It's good for the United States to talk with its enemies, even if no deal is in the offing.
State Department Defends Trump’s Man in Berlin After Diplomatic Firestorm

State Department Defends Trump’s Man in Berlin After Diplomatic Firestorm

Some German lawmakers are calling for Ambassador Grenell’s expulsion.
Conflict in Abyei Could Reignite South Sudan’s Civil War

Conflict in Abyei Could Reignite South Sudan’s Civil War

If the U.N. withdraws peacekeepers from a long-contested oil-rich enclave, it's likely to spark further fighting in an already unstable region.