North Korea’s missile test was modest and a failure but it will serve as a catalyst for action
On Wednesday, President Trump will summon the entire Senate to the White House for a special briefing on North Korea. On Tuesday, North Korea staged artillery drills off its east coast. Off the western coast of the Korean Peninsula, the U.S. and South Korean navies were holding joint military exercises. A U.S. submarine with guided […]
Trump spent six hours with one of America’s biggest geo-political adversaries and suddenly everything’s cool.
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Raddatz tries to consume McMaster’s soul but he survives
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There seems to be a pattern
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He may be an idiot but he’s doing better than the last handful of idiots.
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Everyone in the world is still talking, and thinking, and planning, about President Trump and the U.S. military sending missiles downrange and blowing up a Syrian air base last week. In American politics, we hear the phrase “the whole world is watching” all the time, because we think everyone everywhere is hanging on every little change of fortunes in D.C. It’s silly sometimes. But not | Read More »
Once is chance, twice is a coincidence, three times is an enemy action
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The New York Times reported last week that the Obama administration initiated, and the Trump administration inherited, a covert action program to “remotely manipulate data inside North Korea’s missile systems.” The idea here is straightforward. Instead of just relying on antimissile systems, like the Terminal High Altitude Air Defense (THAAD), which are designed to intercept […]
There is rising tension on the Korean Peninsula. North Korea appears increasingly aggressive, conducing multiple missile tests. Meanwhile, relations between Japan and South Korea are quite poor. After South Korean activists placed a statue of “comfort women” in front of the Japanese Consulate General in Busan, South Korea, in December, the Japanese government recalled its […]