President Moon Jae-in of South Korea was working to end an unofficial trade war over his country’s antimissile system.
CHOE SANG-HUN The New York Times SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea fired a ballistic missile Wednesday morning for the first time in more than two months, defying demands from President Donald Trump to halt its weapons programs and raising the stakes in an increasingly tense standoff with the United States and its allies. “North […]
The White House is designating North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism. South Korea welcomed President Trump's new move to pressure North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and said it will contribute to peaceful denuclearization. China said more could be done. Margaret Brennan reports.
Mediaite reports: During his major address to the South Korean National Assembly, President Trump invoked his Bedminster golf club. Trump was complimenting South Korea and at one point talked about Korean golfers being some of the best on earth. Show More Summary
JAKARTA (Reuters) - South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Thursday unveiled a new policy aimed at deepening ties with Southeast Asia, as the North Asian economic powerhouse seeks to curb its reliance on traditional trading partners like China and the United States.
During a speech before South Korea's National Assembly, President Trump took the opportunity to praise his golf course in Bedminster. Ethics experts say Trump shouldn't tout his private businesses.
New developments that President Trump attempted a trip to the Demilitarized zone between North and South Korea but was turned back due to bad weather.
Asian stocks fell following Wall Street's decline as President Donald Trump delivered a new warning Wednesday to North Korea in a speech to South Korean lawmakers. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's Nikkei … Click to Continue »
SEOUL — The world was watching as President Trump stepped to the microphone in the heart of South Korea’s National Assembly to deliver a high-stakes speech to rally fellow leaders against North Korea. What better time for the president to talk about... his New Jersey golf course? Not long after he began his remarks, […]
President Donald Trump is visiting South Korea today. New poll: President Trump's approval rating has dropped to 36 percent. "Former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page suggested sending then-candidate Donald Trump to meetings...Show More Summary
The U.S. Air Force admits it made a mistake that allowed the Texas church shooter to buy his guns. Also, President Trump in South Korea says North Korea should "do the right thing" and make a deal on its nuclear weapons program. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.
By Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea may be planning a new missile test, South Korea's spy agency told lawmakers on Thursday, after brisk activity was spotted at its research facilities, just days before U.S. President Donald Trump visits Seoul. Show More Summary
Instead of killing NAFTA, an adviser suggested an entirely new target. The president was intrigued.
US President Donald Trump and his South Korean counterpart have pledged "stronger pressure" on Pyongyang, Seoul said Sunday, after North Korea defied tough new sanctions with a missile test and said it wanted to match American nuclear strength. Show More Summary
As Washington and its allies push for sanctions on North Korea after its latest nuclear test, Russian President Vladimir Putin has emerged as one of the most strident voices against punishing Pyongyang. The United States, South Korea,...Show More Summary
Sandra Erwin Security, But what will Trump sell them? President Trump earlier this week spoke with South Korean President Moon Jae-In to explore ways to strengthen “joint military capabilities” in the face of North Korea's “destabilizing...Show More Summary
On the same day as reports of another North Korean nuclear weapons test surfaced, President Donald Trump criticized U.S. ally South Korea, accusing its new president of “appeasement” for supporting dialogue to avoid nuclear weapons proliferation on the Korean Peninsula. “South Korea is finding, as I have told them, that their talk of appeasement with […]
President Trump took a stern line against the new liberal government in South Korea, accusing it of talking of “appeasement,” amid an escalating trade dispute between the two nations.
The North Korean regime and President Donald Trump may have found something they agree on: their dislike of the media. Pyongyang’s state-controlled news agency KCNA issued a new, scathing condemnation of the South Korean press Friday, just days after North Korea’s Central Court sentenced two South...
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