When we see those striking images of President Trump standing beside Kim Jong-un, we are not looking at a great American achievement. We are looking at a concession.
Rebeccah HeinrichsJuly 1, 2019
While many are hopeful about the current back and forth between Trump and Kim, the history of US-North Korea relations gives little cause for hope.
Drew GriffinMarch 1, 2019
Trump’s recent trip to Brussels, the UK, and Helsinki for the now infamous Putin summit has the president appearing in a different light
Daniel StrandJuly 19, 2018
Christians should not be overly concerned about Trump meeting Putin, for now at least.
Mark MeltonJuly 11, 2018
Was it right for President Trump to meet with Kim Jong Un? Christian reflection insists that politics cannot be separated from ethics. Can peace be separated from justice?
Marc LiVeccheJune 12, 2018
This week at Providence we focused on East Asian issues, including religious persecution in China against both Christians and Muslims and whether Trump should address human rights in North Korea if he meets Kim Jong-un.
The EditorsJune 1, 2018
If Trump can somehow cajole or charm Kim into beginning a process that would allow the North Korean people to be treated like people, that would be a win for humanity.
Alan DowdMay 30, 2018
Christians recognize the power of speech; after all, God brought the world into being with a Word. What we say has the ability to shape reality. Sometimes harsh language says it best.
Robert NicholsonApril 27, 2018
The US and South Korea should have contingencies ready in case negotiations with North Korea don’t go as planned.
Olivia EnosApril 26, 2018
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