Here's hoping 2011 sees major efforts by all nations concerned to bring the two Koreas to the path of peace.
Some people call me a Grinch; others call me a Scrooge. Those people have been killed.
There is no method to North Korea's madness. And as long as China keeps enabling Pyongyang's belligerent behavior, the world's response will remain dangerous.
Unmasking the favors our buddies do for us is bad enough. But letting scurrilous gossip and character assassination reach the Internet is inexcusable. There's barely room for any more as it is!
East Korea said it hoped that declaring war on the two more famous Koreas would establish a new reputation for the often-ignored country "as the angriest and craziest Korea out there."
China cannot allow a US fleet to long operate in its most important waters, any more than the US would permit a Chinese fleet to demonstrate in Chesapeake Bay or the Gulf of Mexico.
Attn: Kim Jong-Il From: Vladimir Lenin Re: The United States Dear, Dear Leader: Probe with bayonets. If you encounter mush, proceed; if you encounte...
The artillery attack on South Korea has brought front and center the issue that is increasingly on everyone's mind: the respective roles of the U.S. and China in our regional security as power shifts eastward.
The most effective way for the U.S. to help achieve a stable balance of power in the Korean Peninsula is not by sending more war ships, but by providing incentives to the Chinese to stop making excuses for the North Koreans.
Kim Jong Il's willingness to continue to thumb his nose at the international community and ramp up his belligerent stance against the South implies he is serious about further enhancing his nuclear capability.
Morning Glory is a romantic comedy in all the ways that matter except the most important: It rarely provides the humor it promises. It's like a soufflé that never rises.
As nation builders, the Kim dynasty is a train wreck. But as the managers of a very lucrative family business, they are obviously brilliant. Maybe there is something after all to their title, "Great Leader."
News Corp.'s software division is funneling money into the pocket of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il by participating in the North Korean software sector.
Newt Gingrich's latest facile solution to a daunting security problem reflects the mindless belligerency that passes for strategic thought among the Republicans' Nintendo warriors. That much is obvious.
Kim Jong-il of North Korea subjected the entire North Korean football team to public humiliation.