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President Trump can't just start a second Korean War by himself -- that is, unless he wants to abrogate a six-decades-old treaty, scholars and the president of South Korea say. (AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

Does Trump need permission from South Korea to attack the North?

President Trump can't just start a second Korean War by himself — that is, unless he wants to abrogate a six-decades-old treaty.

Mike Pence: Trump's 'vision, energy, and can-do spirit is reminiscent of President Teddy Roosevelt'

By Anna Giaritelli

"Just as President Roosevelt exhorted his fellow Americans to ‘dare to be great,' President Donald Trump has dared our nation to ‘make Ameri...

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Israel is wrong to revoke an Al Jazeera journalist's permit

By Tom Rogan

While the anger and frustration of Israeli officials is understandable, they should think carefully before going down this road.

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Trump: North Korea made 'very wise' decision against missile launch

By Anna Giaritelli

"Kim Jong Un of North Korea made a very wise and well reasoned decision. The alternative would have been both catastrophic and unacceptable!...

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