Many people's nightmares are taken up entirely with dark, terrorist fantasies. As understandable as this may be, it's also irrational. Terrorism will ...
Just when Barack Obama thought his toughest decisions were behind him--his Afghanistan strategy, tackling unemployment, what to say to Tiger Woods i...
During the Bush years pressure on North Korea was greatly increased, not decreased, as the current White House and New York Times say. That the Obama team is taking credit now is a shame.
A big disaster movie is inspired by a centuries-old Mayan prediction. Should we worry? There are a lot of ways planet Earth could end it all...
This is no evil genius from a James Bond movie. Kim just may be an evil genius, period. The Kim family's rule has lasted so long because son, like father, is calculating and pragmatic.
Some critics have claimed the prize should be the "culmination of a career." Says who? Not Alfred Nobel, and he ought to know.
The U.S. needs to reward the North when it acts responsibly and punish or ignore it when it acts badly.
The recent progress in North-South Korean relations - a released South Korean detainee, an agreement to reenergize several key projects - suggests that the policies of the 'sunshine generation' are still bearing fruit.
Kimjongilia, the new documentary directed by N.C. Heikin, is enough proof-on-film to convict North Korea's leader Kim Jong Il of mass murder, terrorism, and sadistic insanity.
In all the commentary on Clinton's trip, journalists and pundits spent so much time cataloging North Korea's sins, they missed several key points.
We are left with a picture of a China that is full of contradictions and conflicting trends, of liberalizing desire to become an open society mixed with a strong strain of conservative attachment, of kitsch and real splendor existing side-by-side.
Bill Clinton reminds us what mojo looks like. He went; he rescued; he returned. He did all of this without giving a press conference or hurting in any way the American negotiating position vis-à-vis North Korea.
What might happen if the entire world tried switching from coffee to tea for, say, a week?
Bunk twelve at Camp Indian Head is refusing to clean up their bunk unless Bill Clinton is hired as their tennis counselor.
How do you solve a problem like Korea?
Supposedly marginalized Republicans are still influencing public policy in a bad way, so they've become emboldened to compile a top-10 list of bad bil...