May 2017 is a 6 universal month, and so world leaders are acting responsibly - as they see it. The situation with North Korea is a prime example. Leader Kim feels that he has to develop nuclear capabilities - whether for power or war, I don't know. However, the UN has essentially told him that he may not. Therefore, he is also developing rocket and missile capabilities. He feels that he is protecting his country and responsibly preparing it for a potential war with the rest of the world. Meanwhile, the rest of the world leaders feel that they need to protect the world from the potential of a nuclear war with North Korea. This difference in senses of responsibility is likely to lead to war - September of this year at the earliest, but more likely in 2021.
Meanwhile, we have seen President Trump take steps in fulfilling his international responsibilities and visit several nations in the Middle East. The G7 nations had their annual meeting this month and decided which responsibilities their countries consider most important at the moment. Representatives from member nations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade group also met, deciding to not only renew trade deals between member nations, but also to make it easier for new nations to join (or old nations that dropped out, like the U.S.).
As you can see, responsibility to individual nations and the world as a whole has taken center stage this month. You are likely to see one more headline dealing with responsibility during the last few days of the month. Sri Lanka recently had flooding and landslides. One hundred and three people are dead, last I heard. We may well hear that other nations send aid and workers to help Sri Lanka dig out, clean up, and recover.