National Opinions

National Opinions

We’re all preparing for the Trump-Kim summit to go wrong. But what if it goes right?

As the United States prepares for historic discussions between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the Trump administration and its international partners have a lot of work ahead of them. A successful summit, if it can be achieved, will be only the start of a long and complicated process. Eliminating the nuclear threat and achieving stability and security on the Korean Peninsula will require unconventional thinking and steps that are much broader than denuclearization.

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The real next war in Syria: Iran vs. Israel

SYRIA-ISRAEL BORDER, Golan Heights — Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Syria is going to explode. I know, you have heard that one before, but this time I mean really explode. Because the U.S., British and French attack on Syria to punish its regime for its vile use of chemical weapons – and Russia’s vow to respond – is actually just the second-most dangerous confrontation unfolding in that country.

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U.S. needs China more than China needs U.S.

Not one to be outdone by any adversary, President Donald Trump has upped the ante in a rapidly escalating trade war with China, threatening an additional $100 billion of tariffs on top of the initial round of $50 billion. In doing so, the administration is failing to appreciate a crucial reality: The United States needs China more than China needs the U.S.

'It's not right.' Admitted child killer's prison sentence is focus of march, fury

The family of slain versailles boy, Logan Tipton, 6, march Tuesday with supporters to the Woodford County courthouse for the sentencing of Robert Exantus, who was found insane and not guilty in Logan's death but guilty of assaults in same attack.
Marcus Dorsey