The incoming commander-in-chief can either engage, crack down, or do nothing: all are distinct possibilities
Donald J. Trump has so far been unpredictable on foreign policy issues, articulating diametrically opposed positions in recent months on issues relating to the DPRK, South Korea and Japan. While it’s clear that appointments at State and within U.S. military and intelligence agencies will ultimately play a significant part in defining the direction of his
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Chad O'Carroll has written on North Korea since 2010 and writes between London and Seoul.
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