The risks of war are still higher than they should be. But on the Korean Peninsula, at least, 2018 is off to a happy start.
At the height of the Cold War, U.S. and Soviet leaders embraced people-to-people contacts to facilitate the exchange of people and ideas—we need to do the same once again.
The Beltway foreign-policy establishment needs to snap itself out of the delusion that the Pakistanis will change their stripes.
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