Withdrawing U.S. troops from the Korean peninsula could kickstart diplomatic progress in Northeast Asia–and save billions of dollars to boot.
A former missionary reflects on the possibility for peace on the Korean peninsula.
After the fact, torture can only be dealt with by staring directly into the nightmare that changed us.
A new CSIS report is indicative of the American foreign policy establishment’s contempt for Japan.
Pending legislation may make it possible for international adoption agencies to “baby scoop” children who aren’t actually orphaned.
The Obama administration’s military “pivot” to the Asia-Pacific region is opening up a new Cold War and trampling over the region’s peoples.
South Korea’s conservative government is building a naval base on top of a wealth of natural treasures — and it’s dead set on keeping environmentalists out of the discussion.
When it comes to foreign policy, significant transformation is as unlikely in Washington as it is in Pyongyang.
Why are the organizers of the World Conservation Congress holding their meeting near the construction of a military base in South Korea that is destroying the environment?
South Korea is cutting-edge in so many ways, except its foreign policy.
The Army denies a story about the use of Special Forces in North Korea. But a great deal lies behind this slip of the lip.
Two new films introduce the world’s premier experts on militarism (hint: you won’t meet them in Washington).
Iraq is showing leading neoconservatives the limits of America’s influence in a country it laid to waste.
With cheap imports woven tightly into U.S. manufacturing and retail, corporations have a lot at stake.
The resumption of contact between Washington and Pyongyang will not likely yield immediate results, but the United States can still take certain steps to improve relations now.