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In June of this year President Trump returned from meeting North Korea's leader in Singapore with what he called an historic agreement to begin the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. [Read More]
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(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Randy Kluver, Oklahoma State University; Robert Hinck, Monmouth College, and Skye Cooley, Oklahoma State University (THE CONVERSATION) When North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in June pledged to work toward "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula" by 2020, the White House hailed the agreement as "a tremendous moment for the world." The agreement came after a year of tense negotiations between North Korean leader Kim... [Read More]
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With increased understanding and mutual trust, the three countries could help denuclearize North Korea, establish crisis management mechanisms, and reach an end state on the Korean Peninsula. [Read More]
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In the fives months since President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un met for a historic rendezvous in Singapore, progress in U.S.-North Korea nuclear negotiations has been fleeting. While Secretary of State Mike Pompeo continues to engage with his North Korean counterparts, and while the White House is reportedly planning another summit next year, much of Washington is highly skeptical Pyongyang is interested in denuclearization. [Read More]
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Document signed by US, North Korean leaders commits to 'complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,' in return for security guarantees to the DPRK... [Read More]
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The Center for Strategic and International Studies, relying on satellite images, defector testimony, and interviews with defense and intelligence officials, has discovered 13 of an estimated 20 possible secret ballistic missile bases hidden in the mountains of North Korea. The revelations, like earlier reports on the continuation of North Korea's weapons programs, highlight the challenges of securing the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. North Korea has at least a dozen, possibly more, secret ballistic missile bases hidden in the mountains, a Washington-based think tank reported Monday. The Center for Strategic and International Studies — relying... [Read More]
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U.S. Vice President Mike Pence arrived in Tokyo on Monday to discuss North Korea and other issues with Japanese officials before heading to two regional summits.   Pence is expected to also discuss China's growing regional influence and bilateral trade with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe when they meet Tuesday, officials said.   During a stopover in Alaska, Pence told reporters that he planned to "talk about our important alliance, our economic relationship, current negotiations for a free trade agreement of course, and we'll be focusing on our ongoing commitment to the denuclearization of the... [Read More]
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Army Cpl. Albert Earle Mills will be laid to rest Monday in his hometown of Dallas after he was reported missing in action in 1950 on the Korean peninsula. [Read More]
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South Korea's resumption of small-scale military drills with the United States violated a recent agreement aimed at lowering tensions on the Korean peninsula, North Korean state media said on Monday. [Read More]
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South Korea's resumption of small-scale military drills with the United States violated a recent agreement aimed at lowering tensions on the Korean peninsula, North Korean state media said on Monday. [Read More]
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Joint two-week drills are 'directly against the inter-Korean military agreement that promised to eliminate practical threats of war and fundamental hostile relations from the Korean Peninsula,' said the Rodong Sinmun, North Korea's official party newspaper... [Read More]
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China, the Korean Peninsula and Japan are closely watching how the US midterm election results will affect the Trump administration's policies with regard to issues such as trade, security and engagement with North Korea. The Straits Times' correspondents in Beijing, Hong Kong, Seoul and Tokyo report.. Read more at straitstimes.com. [Read More]
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The Korean Peninsula is in a flurry, and businesses in Australia are already looking for opportunities in the most unlikely of markets. [Read More]
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