Can we talk? No, really talk. The issue may be more emotional than any mandate or “frank” discussion can address.
Earlier this week North Korea threatened to break the 1953 ceasefire with South Korea, citing the probability of new international sanctions and U.S.-South Korean military exercises scheduled for later this month and next.
Last night I almost felt sorry for presidential aspirant, Mitt Romney.
Many years ago, in a state of frustration, a foreign ambassador said to me in exasperation: “The problem with the [Bush] administration is that they want a foreign policy without foreigners.”