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North Korea

Nearly three months ago, Donald Trump reaffirmed his status as a maverick who's liberated from the conventions that shackled past presidents by giving a North...

The Trump-Kim meeting is off, and the question is this: If the announcement of thawing relations with North Korea helped Trump's approval rating, will this...

So is that all she wrote for the Iran deal? That's what we ask on the first of this week's podcasts. Benjamin Netanyahu's surprise speech...
north korea

When it comes to relations between rival nations, only posterity can be the judge of what constitutes a good deal. At the time, both of Ronald...

On this podcast, we explain why, for the state of Israel, these are the very best of times, even though American Jews and those who...

A possible summit with North Korea and a possible bellwether election in Pennsylvania take up our time on the first COMMENTARY podcast of the week....
north korea

Sometimes it takes an outsider, unburdened by the stifling conventions and preconceptions that impede the practice of diplomacy, to see the obvious. Trump is that...
kim jong yo

It’s become a familiar pattern. In the manic pursuit of traffic, accolades, or any number of perverse incentives that have little to do with good...
north korea

Today, American soldiers are deployed on sovereign foreign soil without the authorization of the host government. In fact, they’re often in conflict with forces loyal...

Donald Trump can't decide which person he is on immigration—the one with love or the one who prefers Nordics to Nigerians. Meanwhile, Hawaii tells its...
Trump's tweets

When it comes to foreign affairs, Donald Trump has not governed as he campaigned. So far, he has largely abandoned radical populist isolationism and protectionism...
Syria

When it comes to the conduct of American foreign affairs, the Trump administration has recently been performing competently—even admirably. That comes as a surprise to...