It remains unclear whether the president truly understands the intricacies of international diplomacy.
Both protesters and local government officials must shift strategies in order to overcome the city’s growing divisions.
The closing of the Kaesong Industrial Complex marks what could be a hardline shift in South Korea’s policy toward its northern neighbor.
The Western narrative depicts such attacks as Kunming as the result of China’s own flawed ethnic-minority policies.
National security can barely conceal the revisionist interests working to renationalize South Korea’s secondary school history textbooks.
Australia’s flawed solution to its never-ending migrant crisis provides a cautionary tale for European policymakers.
The U.S. thought it had invented the next generation of light naval vessels. China was less than impressed.
Taiwan’s ruling party just switched presidential candidates in a gamble to retain the presidency – a move that could easily backfire.
Regime survival is what drives North Korea’s seemingly irrational behavior – and the rest of the world would do well to take notice.