Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un are gearing up to meet for the first time next month—here’s what to expect.
The Trump administration’s obsession with fossil fuel exports plays into Beijing’s grand strategy to become the next high-tech superpower.
International justice is at a critical crossroads, offering a perfect moment to examine its key accomplishments, shortcomings, and challenges moving forward.
It is often difficult to figure out what to make of recent developments on North Korea and what the United States should do next; these one-pagers help you to understand the policy debate and where the United States should go from here.
The White House’s Immigration Framework Would Eviscerate Immigration from Latin America, Africa, and Asia
Slashing family migration and eliminating the diversity visa program would result in more than 350,000 fewer immigrants each year.
Michele and Igor speak with Daniel Ellsberg, most notable for leaking the Pentagon Papers in 1971, as well as Michael Fuchs about the U.S. nuclear arsenal and President Trump's sudden reversal on his pick of Victor Cha to be the U.S. envoy to South Korea.
Following Taiwan’s 2016 elections, Beijing has chosen the path of provocation in cross-Strait relations, undermining East Asia’s already fragile peace.
Twelve months into Trump’s presidency, America is more isolated and less safe.
Reform of the Taiwanese fishing sector will strengthen bilateral ties between Taipei and Washington and enhance global perceptions of Taiwanese democracy.
The erosion of American leadership under President Trump is opening opportunities for China to expand its global influence—and the United States and Europe need to wake up to the threat.
As President Trump continues to send threatening tweets aimed at North Korea’s leader, he jeopardizes the lives of millions of people who fall within the zone of a possible nuclear attack.
The United States must take immediate action to de-escalate tensions.
North Korea is not the only issue the president will have to address on his trip to Asia.
Behind its stage-managed united front, the Chinese Communist Party is gearing up to confront a new wave of challenges.
Overlooking some of Pyongyang’s biggest weak spots and allowing Beijing to pretend it doesn’t own the North Korea problem undermines U.S. efforts to address the North Korean threat.