Who Is Making U.S. Foreign Policy?

National Interest (Online). June 26, 2017.

Keeping Peace in Asia Requires Accommodating, Not Confronting, China

Huffington Post. June 26, 2017.

As Narendra Modi Visits Donald Trump, India’s Economic Revolution Needs a Reset

Forbes. June 26, 2017.

With New Crown Prince, Saudi Arabia Doubles Down on Political Repression and Regional Aggression

Forbes. June 24, 2017.

Trump Panders on Cuba, Preferring Cold War over Progress

American Conservative. June 22, 2017.

Will Germany Fulfill Its Responsibility for Europe’s Defense?

Huffington Post. June 22, 2017.

America Is Getting Sucked into Another Middle East Quagmire

The National Interest. June 20, 2017.

I Was in Pyongyang When Otto Warmbier Was Released

The National Interest. June 20, 2017.

The Price of Ignoring Human Rights: Lost Credibility, Brutal Allies and New Enemies

Forbes. June 19, 2017.

China’s Opportunity for Global Leadership

China US Focus. June 15, 2017.

One Belt, One Road: Why Trump Should Get behind China’s Economic Growth Plan

The National Interest. June 12, 2017.

Kim Jong-Un Isn’t Crazy and China Doesn’t Have a Solution

The National Interest. June 3, 2017.

Great Britain’s Theresa May Could Lose Election to Hubris: Is Prime Minister Jeremy Corbyn Possible?

Forbes. June 2, 2017.

Does South Korea Really Want These American ‘Friends’?

Huffington Post. May 30, 2017.

Donald Trump’s Message Received: Germany’s Merkel Says Europe Should Stand On Own

Forbes. May 30, 2017.

If Europe Really Worried about Russia, It Would Get Serious about Defense Spending

The National Interest (Online). May 26, 2017.

President Donald Trump Spoiled NATO Party in Brussels and Americans Should Thank Him

Forbes. May 26, 2017.

How America Could End up in an Unexpected War with China

The National Interest (Online). May 24, 2017.

Trump’s New and Misguided Respect for NATO

American Conservative. May 24, 2017.

Donald Trump Visits Riyadh, Putting Saudi Royals before American People

Forbes. May 20, 2017.

Who Poses Tougher Challenge for Donald Trump: South Korea’s Moon Jae-In or the North’s Kim Jong-Un?

Forbes. May 17, 2017.

The U.S.-South Korea Alliance Is Now Asia’s Oddest Couple

The National Interest (Online). May 17, 2017.

China’s Desperate Need for Political Transparency

Investor’s Business Daily (Online). May 12, 2017.

Why Is North Korea the United States’ Problem?

American Conservative. May 11, 2017.

Report from Seoul: South Koreans Are Also Voting on Kim Jong-Un—and Donald Trump

The National Interest (Online). May 8, 2017.