In the current crisis on the Korean Peninsula, the Obama administration is virtually repeating the 2004 Bush playbook.
The U.S. should not use military maneuvers in Korea to try out new weapons and make political points.
The release of more than 250,000 U.S. diplomatic cables lifts the veil that cloaks the seemingly prim and proper world of international diplomacy.
UNITED NATIONS - A UN Security Council statement, reflecting weeks of diplomatic wrangling over the March 26 sinking of the South Korean military ship Cheonan, seems to have diffused tensions.
UNITED NATIONS - A few years ago, one would have assumed that today, June 15, would be a day of celebration across the Korean peninsula.
UNITED NATIONS-The turmoil that has swept Korea after the tragic March 26 sinking of the Cheonan, a South Korean naval ship, and the subsequent death of 46 sailors has left the peninsula closer to the war than it has been for decades.
South Korean media has reported that Pyongyang has invited top envoys of US President Barack Obama to visit the country for what would be the first nuclear negotiations between the two countries under his presidency.