Some shareholders of financial news website TheStreet.com compared its board to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. In a letter Wednesday, Spear Point Capital Management, which has a 10% stake in the company, accused the board of manipulating...Show More Summary
NORTH KOREA is not bound by any global rules. Its hereditary dictator, Kim Jong Un, imposes forced labour on hundreds of thousands of his people and threatens to drench Seoul, the South’s capital, in “a sea of fire”. Nuclear weapons are central to his regime’s identity and survival. Show More Summary
An envoy for the dictator called meeting with Donald Trump "propaganda."
The offer was "kind of propaganda or advertisement" in his election race, a senior North Korean official said
GENEVA (Reuters) - U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's proposal to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is a "kind of propaganda or advertisement" in the election race, a senior North Korean official said on Monday...
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is not known for a clean, healthy lifestyle. This is a young man whose ballooning waistline and sudden removal from the public eye almost two years ago was widely (if dubiously) attributed to a powerful addiction to Swiss cheese. Now, however, there is a widespread suspicion that the North Korean supreme […]
Contrary to the United States' policy on communicating with North Korea, Donald Trump has declared that he is willing to meet and talk with the isolated nation ruled by Kim Jong Un.
North Korea released a new official portrait of dictator Kim Jong Un last week -- and it was highly unusual in that it showed no signs of being touched up with Photoshop. It didn't stay that way for long. The Internet soon took over,...Show More Summary
Donald Trump met with Henry Kissinger on Wednesday, a day after Trump raised eyebrows by saying he would meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The presumptive candidates presumptuous talk about dealing with dictators undermines vital American alliances.
There’s pretty much not one person on planet earth that has any experience or credentials in foreign affairs that believes it is a good idea to meet with cartoon villian, Kim Jong Un, the dictator of North Korea. These are guys thatShow More Summary
The meetings comes just a day after Trump expressed willingness to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in an interview
Obviously the North Korean officials aren't familiar with the fine art of the Photoshop battle. They can't be. If they were, they'd know only too well that releasing a new picture of Kim Jong Un — and specifying that it's an untouched...Show More Summary
Donald Trump says he’ll willing to hold direct personal negotiations with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. I’m guessing any summit would be preceded by intense shuttle diplomacy by Celebrity Apprentice contestant Dennis Rodman. It’s a terrible idea, but it would be immensely entertaining. Show More Summary
President Obama has avoided talks with Kim Jong Un, but Donald Trump would unsurprisingly do things differently. "I would speak to him, I would have no problem speaking to him," he tells Reuters, adding he would pressure China to help put an end to Pyongyang's nuclear program if elected. China,...
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Donald Trump says he’s ready to talk directly to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un about nukes, and he thinks he'll somehow reason with the hermetic dictator.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Tuesday he is willing to talk to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to try to stop Pyongyang's nuclear program, proposing a major shift in U.S. policy toward the isolated nation.