Trump is dismantling a U.S.-led global architecture built by four generations, paid for by thousands of American lives and trillions of dollars of investment.
President Donald Trump frequently reminds us that "all options are on the table" in enforcing U.S. policy, could that lead to war in Iran, North Korea, Syria, Ukraine or Venezuela?
Trump won't get far unless he "moves away from maximalist demands and demonstrates that he can be a credible partner in diplomacy," said Arms Control Association's Kelsey Davenport.
The official Korean Central News Agency published a commentary Tuesday castigating Biden, who "dared to blaspheme our dignity in the election campaigns."
North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un said, "Genuine peace and security of the country are guaranteed only by the strong physical force capable of defending its sovereignty."
"By testing ballistic missiles this month, both the U.S. and North Korea risk blowing up the delicate progress that has been achieved to date through diplomacy," Rick Wayman of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation said.
As Donald Trump defended his "art of the deal" persona amid reports he lost $1 billion during his business heyday, the celebrity businessman-turned-politician also faced major diplomatic troubles.
The White House said President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin had a "very positive" conversation as tensions between their countries reached a historic high.
"If we ignore this cancer, it's not going to go away, it's going to kill all of us," Cindy Warmbier said.
Russian's Vladimir Putin raised his glass with North Korea's Kim Jong Un before flying to China to shore up relations with another Pacific neighbor as U.S. ties flounder.
"It's not a matter of friendship," former North Korean soldier Oh Chong Song said, not blaming his ex-compatriots for shooting him five times as he fled to South Korea.
Shifts of power in North Korea give rare indications as to who wields clout in the notoriously secretive state.
House Democrats can and should expose Trump's failed North Korea policy by questioning Mike Pompeo, John Bolton and Pentagon and intelligence agency officials on national TV.
Pyongyang had been hoping for a reduction of sanctions after the summit.
The U.S. appeared to harden its stance toward North Korea after their latest summit produced no deal. Now Pyongyang may be following suit.
The White House national security adviser has long been known for his hawkish views, which have sometimes appeared in President Donald Trump's own policies.
Haley deserves praise for highlighting Otto's death – and the North Korean regime's clear responsibility for it – after comments President Trump made following the halt of his summit with Kim Jong-un this week.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said, "President Trump should've now realized that pageantries, photo-ops & flip-flops don't make for serious diplomacy."
The president said he believes Kim Jong Un when he says he was not responsible for American Otto Warmbier's death, but Haley blamed the North Korean regime's "cruelty."
As President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un attempt peace-for-denuclearization, the U.S. has abandoned a treaty with Russia and a new India-Pakistan conflict is feared.
"Vietnam stands ready to share its experience in national construction, socio-economic development and international integration," an offer that may interest North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
North Korean leader's visit came at a time of heightened tensions between the U.S. and China and ahead of another planned summit with President Donald Trump.
New York Times story details Trump's process of showing off his "beautiful letters" from North Korea's supreme leader.
"Who am I to judge?" Blyth Spartans commercial manager Mark Scott said amid reactions to the soccer team's decision to team a North Korea travel agency.