Tag Archives: North Korea

Diplomatic Hardball

In contrast to previous administrations who weakly pursued diplomacy with the stench of American apology, President Trump has put the international community on notice that he has no intention of apologizing for American exceptionalism and every intention of negotiating with … Continue reading

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Aggressive Diplomacy

For decades, the hardline aggressive diplomacy marking America’s stance in the Cold War has been steadily eroded until it has become nothing more than a flaccid exercise in apology in the childish hope that other nations would suddenly come to … Continue reading

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Peace and Goodwill

As we celebrate the birth of the Prince of Peace this Christmas season, let us reflect for a moment on the price He paid to secure peace for our souls and remember that peace always comes at a cost which … Continue reading

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Musings on the Week of September 23

It has been an interesting week, and I’ve had a few thoughts on the events currently unfolding around the world.

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Short Round

By continuing to naively utilize the diplomatic playbook developed by his grandfather, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un displays a fundamental misunderstanding of President Trump’s disruptive approach to politics and a suicidal ignorance of his resolve to protect America.

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