With the peace treaty between North and South Korea and the success of the summit between the Trump Administration and Kim Jong Un a few weeks ago, the march toward peace between the three great nations seems to be underway.
U.S. foreign policy in Asia centers around an increasingly assertive China and a hostile North Korea. If America negotiates with Kim the right way, it will be well-equipped to deal with China. That should be the primary goal.
North Korea’s biggest international supporter, China, is slowly turning its back on the country. The rogue nation, whose increasing missile tests and verbal threats in recent months, has garnered many economic and political punishments worldwide.
Though the president’s decision to hand off much authority to the national security and armed forces apparatuses may seem comforting – with his single-digit IQ removed from the equation – this represents a grave violation of our founding principles