By RICHARD FAUSSET August 11, 2017 AUGUSTA, Ga. — “Fire and fury”? Eugene Yu could not have said it better himself. Mr. Yu, 62, who emigrated here from South Korea, is an American citizen, a United States Army veteran and a staunch...
An offer to negotiate coupled with a missile test lays bare an internal debate over whether diplomatic or military pressure can change Pyongyang’s course.
China’s failure to tighten pressure on its neighbor has left the Trump administration with few good options in dealing with the North Korea crisis.
The White House has been sending different signals to Kim Jong-un, a master at keeping his adversaries unsettled.
President Trump views North Korea as his chief foreign policy issue, but he says he is pursuing a strategy that relies primarily on help from China.
The president seemed intent on showing that he would not be baited into a confrontation every time an American adversary tried to provoke him.