With hundreds of thousands of burn patients, we're not going to be able to treat a tiny fraction of them.
The U.S. has gotten used to having a strong partner in Abe to help with tackling the region's security challenges.
Defense Secretary Perry: "We do not need a national missile defense system because no rogue nation has ICBMs."
'N. Korea smuggles missiles and weapons around the world—Burma, Iran, Hezbollah, Hamas.'
Five ways China's approach to Kim Jong Un is fast developing.
The growing crises in mainland Southeast Asia are quickly spiraling out of control.
Just as Kim Jong Un is threatening nuclear war, Trump bullies South Korea on a trade deal.
Each time Beijing's leaders were offered the chance to deal with their troublesome neighbor, they backed down.
The real danger stems from an escalation in tension in the Korean Peninsula that could spiral out of control.
The unification of North with South is not going to happen anyway, due to economic costs and political constraints.
Kennedy and Johnson faced the same as Trump, a hostile dictatorship that developed a nuclear bomb.
Trump's "fire and fury" statement may put our allies' security at risk by escalating the crisis.
Americans, bitten by wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam, are highly averse to waging new ones.
A unilateral use of force is unconstitutional as it would violate Article 2(4) of the U.N. Charter.
Threatening North Korea with destruction promises to deepen the suffering the Kims have inflicted on their people.
America should withdraw from the Korea peninsula and let South Korea deal with Kim Jong Un.
Michael Rubin tells how weakness and naivety has led successive U.S. presidents to enable North Korea's quest for nukes.
Discord over health care and ignoring Asian and European security is benefiting N. Korea and China.
After being accused by the U.K. and Australia of not doing enough on North Korea, China said it didn't start the nuclear crisis and didn't have the solution.
The HMS Queen Elizabeth and the HMS Prince of Wales aircraft carriers are being sent to underline London's belief in a "rules-based international system" of trade.