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South Korean president proposes summit with US, North Korea

45 minutes agoNews : NY Daily News

South Korean President Moon Jae-in said talks should aim for an end to the nuclear threat on the Korean peninsula.

South Korea's Moon says three-way summit with North Korea, U.S. possible

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Wednesday a three-way summit with North Korea and the United States is possible and that talks should aim for an end to the nuclear threat on the Korean peninsula.

North Korea's Kim 'taking stock' of Trump meet: SKorean official

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is "taking stock" of US President Donald Trump's surprise decision to accept his invitation for talks on denuclearizing the Korean peninsula, South Korea's foreign minister said in an interview that aired Sunday. Show More Summary

5 Ways Trump Could Stumble into a War with North Korea

Daniel R. DePetris Security, Asia Yes, it could happen. Here's how.  Notwithstanding Donald Trump’s immediate acceptance of Kim Jong-un’s invitation to meet this May, the Korean Peninsula is still one of the more volatile areas of the world. Show More Summary

North Korea 'willing to give up nuclear weapons' as summit agreed between Kim Jong-un and South Korean president

North Korea has vowed to halt nuclear and missile tests if it holds talks with the US, in a major diplomatic breakthrough that could lead to a peaceful resolution of military tensions on the Korean peninsula. The pledge was made during...Show More Summary

Is North Korea Serious about Talks with America and South Korea?

Andrew Salmon Security, Asia While the spectrum of opportunity has dramatically expanded, so, too, have the risks. The Korean Peninsula is arguably the world’s most dangerous geopolitical flashpoint, but rarely – if ever – in inter-Korean...Show More Summary

North And South Korea Move Forward, While The US Runs In Circles

Peace suddenly looks almost possible on the Korean peninsular, but America looks unlikely to fall into step, and Australia will almost surely follow their lead. Max Atkinson explains. Recent events on the Korean Peninsula call for a more independent foreign policy. This is despite the Prime Minister’s assertion that Australia is an appendage of the [...]Show More Summary

Will There Be War Games in Korea after the Winter Games?

Asia Times, Andrew Salmon Security, Asia The Winter Olympics offered a diplomatic breathing space with regard to tensions on the Korean peninsula—but what might happen next? With the “Peace Olympics” in South Korea drawing to a close...Show More Summary

Trump to Announce Harsh New Sanctions Against North Korea

3 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

The action was a clear signal, near the end of an Olympic Games marked by a rapprochement on the Korean Peninsula, that his pressure campaign would not let up.

South Korea says approved visit by sanctioned North Korean to pursue peace on peninsula

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea said it had approved the Winter Olympic visit by a sanctioned North Korean official, blamed for the 2010 sinking of a South Korean ship that killed 46 sailors, in the pursuit of peace and asked for public understanding.

'The Chamber's' voyage to the bottom of the sea isn't as thrilling as it could be

Set in a small submersible vehicle in the waters off the Korean Peninsula, “The Chamber” should be a tense study in claustrophobia. However, Ben Parker’s feature directorial debut never takes full advantage of its small setting, resulting in a grim thriller that isn’t as compelling as it might...

Nuke China: How America Could Have Won the Korean War (Or Started World War III)?

Robert Farley Security, A crazy idea?  American military authorities feared that an escalation of the war would make the situation on the peninsula untenable. Far from exhausting its strength, the People’s Republic of China maintained...Show More Summary

The next ‘Korea problem’ may be about the growing identity divide on the Korean peninsula

North Korea made an unprecedented move in the 2018 Winter Olympics. It sent athletes to compete — and a squad of peppy cheerleaders — and did so under a “one Korea” banner. The international media have largely dubbed this diplomatic maneuver a “gold-medal” success. An official delegation led by Kim Yo Jong, Kim Jong Un’s sister, […]

All Eyes on North Korea

Intelligence agencies are surging resources to focus on the Korean Peninsula.

North Korea Defector: Kim Fears US Preventative Strike, Is Buying Time To Complete Nuclear Program

On Wednesday, The Wilson Center hosted a discussion on U.S. national security and the Korean Peninsula, which included the perspective of Ri Jonh-ho, a former senior ranking official of the Kim Jong-un regime, a professor of St Petersburg...Show More Summary

The US Pacific commander says Kim Jong Un wants nuclear weapons to conquer South Korea

The commander of U.S. Pacific Command said he believes North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is pursuing nuclear weapons to eventually reunify the Korean peninsula. North Korea conducted ICBM and nuclear tests last year. North Korea is notoriously insular and U.S. Show More Summary

The Presbyterian Roots of Ice Hockey in North Korea

For all the international attention that the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang are bringing to the Korean Peninsula’s fractious history, tense present, and uncertain future, there will likely be little talk about the era when a team of American high school students represented the (now North Korean) city of Pyongyang—in hockey. Show More Summary

Kim Jong-un praises South Korea's warm welcome for Winter Olympics after sister's visit

last monthNews : The Cutline

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has praised the welcome the South gave his sister and said it was important to build on the Olympics-driven momentum for dialogue on the divided peninsula. Kim's younger sister Kim Yo Jong - one of...Show More Summary

North Korean Cheerleaders Take Sightseeing Break Before Outdoor Performance of Traditional Folk Song

last monthNews : Newsweek: US

One of the songs performed, Arirang, strikes a powerful chord among Koreans whose families remain divided after the peninsula split.

Olympic warmth splits views on divided Korean peninsula

Untouched by Olympic bonhomie and unified Korean teams, Southern soldiers patrol the barbed wire fences that run towards the Demilitarized Zone, guarding against the nuclear-armed North. At the northernmost tip of South Korea, just a...Show More Summary

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