Peace is not at hand with North Korea, but talks are, and President Donald Trump needs to get ready for them if he doesn’t want to foment a diplomatic disaster. The big news (and it is big news) came Tuesday morning, when South Korean...Show More Summary
China's foreign minister urged the United States and North Korea Thursday to start talks as soon as possible, stressing that "the sincerity" of all parties to solve the nuclear crisis would be tested. Foreign Minister Wang Yi cautiously...Show More Summary
A day after North Korea signaled it is willing to discuss giving up its nuclear weapons, the South China Morning Post reports that South Korea officials will deliver a “very unconventional” message from Kim Jong Un to the Trump administration. ...Show More Summary
Serious violations are continuing in North Korea, a top UN expert said in a report published Wednesday, stressing though the opportunity to open "meaningful dialogue" on improving the rights situation with Pyongyang. "A window of opportunity...Show More Summary
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TRUMP SAYS “THE U.S. IS READY TO GO HARD IN EITHER DIRECTION” WITH NORTH KOREA: My latest Creators Syndicate column. (bumped) VERY RELATED, AS IN HALF-BROTHER RELATED: U.S. government sanctions North Korea for Kim Jong Un’s nerve agent assassination of his half-brother, Kim Jong Nam. This is called “maintaining the pressure.” The assassins used VX […]
You may have had a chuckle over recent news that the Nobel Peace Prize Committee had received a forged nomination for Donald Trump. Who, while campaigning for president, mused about withdrawing the US military commitments to South Korea and Japan and encouraging them to acquire nuclear weapons. Show More Summary
Read or listen to this interview with Lindsey Graham. All of it:
South Korea's president said Wednesday it is too early to be optimistic about denuclearization talks with North Korea. President Trump calls the situation with North Korea "tenuous," but he believes Pyongyang is "sincere" in its offer to discuss giving up its nuclear weapons. Holly Williams reports from South Korea.
Kim Jong Nam died shortly after he was attacked on Feb. 13, 2017, by two women at the international airport
Written in a tight Arabic scrawl, the Korean words—Okryu-gwan—are easy to miss on the sign, and Kim Jong-un’s visage does not stare down at diners. Most visitors to this unassuming corner of Dubai’s Business Village would likely mistake...Show More Summary
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump's insistence that his White House is not in chaos, despite being sued by a porn star and one of his top aides resigning.
Good news, everyone! North Korea has agreed to discuss giving up nuclear weapons! This represents a great milestone in the history of efforts to address the North Korean nuclear problem, and a vindication for Donald Trump and his policy of regularly antagonizing and denigrating Kim Jong-un. Here’s the headline, detailing North Korea’s commitment to freeze […]
A North Korean defector says he was taught from a young age to refer to Americans as "bastards." The defector, Seongmin Lee, is calling on the US to send USB drives with Hollywood movies into North Korea to combat the Hermit Kingdom's...Show More Summary
U.S. pressure with rapprochement from South Korea has spurred a breakthrough
Beijing is sure to be pleased by the prospect of a diplomatic process that delays the possibility of war on its border, even if the talks come to nothing.
Click here for reuse options! A breakthrough came during talks with South Korea. Who would have thought it possible for the people of Korea to start genuine talks toward peace? Everything seemed to point toward certain war—belligerence...Show More Summary
This is hardly surprising, of course, but it is nonetheless a frightening outrage:When [Donald] Trump said North Korea "called up a couple of days ago" saying they were interested in talking with the United States, the president was actually referring to a phone call with South Korean President Moon Jae-in, a White House official told Yonhap. Show More Summary
North and South Korea have agreed to hold a summit at their heavily armed border next month, with Pyongyang saying it would consider abandoning nuclear weapons in exchange for security guarantees, Seoul said Tuesday. If confirmed by Pyongyang, the offer would mark the first time under the current leadership the North had declared itself willing to […]