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North Korea, which has routinely blasted the U.S. in its government propaganda, appears to be taking a lighter tone in messaging that has emerged in the wake of this month's historic summit between President Trump and dictator Kim Jong Un. [Read More]
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The United States will soon present a timeline to North Korea with "specific asks" of Pyongyang after a historic summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, a senior U.S. defense official said. The official, who spoke to a small group of reporters ahead of a trip to Asia this week by Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, did not specify details but suggested that the timeline would be rapid enough to make clear... [Read More]
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Demonstration usually kicks off month of anti-US events focused on the Korean War... [Read More]
Last week's Economist Magazine won the day with the best-ever headline about the Trump-Kim Jong-un summit: `Kim Jong Won!' That said it all.   Just out of hospital, I was in no shape to compete with the great Economist or its very witty headline writers. But after watching a week of post Singapore summit between Great White Father Trump and delinquent Kim Jong-un I must totally agree with the Economist. What was billed as a second-coming extravaganza between the two leaders – who have been trading insults of 'little rocket man' and 'dotard' (someone who is senile) turned out to... [Read More]
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Singapore said on Sunday it spent S$16.3 million ($12 million) on hosting the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, less than earlier reports that had angered some locals. Most of the money went on security, the foreign ministry said, without giving a detailed breakdown. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong had earlier estimated the event cost Singapore S$20 million. Foreign minister Vivian Balakrishnan had said that included the cost of Kim's hotel room. [Read More]
Singapore on Sunday said it spent $12 million to host the three-day summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, ... [Read More]
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Korean War veterans who gathered at Pope's Tavern Saturday had mixed feelings about President Donald Trump's meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un. [Read More]
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In the wake of Kim Jong Un's summit with US President Donald Trump, anti-American souvenirs once sold on the North Korean side of the Demilitarized Zone have disappeared from gift shop shelves, Western tour operators say. Among more generic gifts like ginseng, a North Korean shop on the tourist route to the fortified border between the two Koreas usually sold stamps, postcards and other souvenirs attacking the United States.See the rest of the story at Business Insider NOW WATCH: Why the North Korea summit mattered even if it was 'mostly a photo op' See Also:Canada could make it... [Read More]
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though one commentator said it was a small price to pay... [Read More]
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Singapore said on Sunday it spent S$16.3 million ($12 million) on hosting the summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, less than earlier reports that had angered some locals. [Read More]
Last week's Economist Magazine won the day with the best-ever headline about the Trump-Kim Jong-un summit: `Kim Jong Won!' That said it all.   Just out of hospital, I was in no shape to compete with the great Economist or its very witty headline writers. But after watching a week of post Singapore summit between Great... [Read More]
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The morning after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's first official meeting with President Donald Trump, multiple headlines proclaimed Feb. 16 that the two-state solution was fast approaching death's door. JNS.org... [Read More]
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The two leaders agree to "continue joint efforts to establish complete denuclearisation on the Korean peninsula". [Read More]
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The landmark summit between President Donald Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un ended with a pledge of "complete denuclearization," but ten days on no timetable for action has emerged. [Read More]
Peace, love and Donald Trump? I get the skepticism regarding the tentative nuclear disarmament agreement the president and Kim Jong-un reached last week, but not the cynicism – not the outright dismissal. It's too easy to hate Trump, but he isn't the point. In his reckless unpredictability – in his lust for applause and desperation … Continue reading "Trump, Kim, and the Nuclear Status Quo" [Read More]
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Putin, South Korea's Moon Agree to Support Korean Denuclearization | Joint statement endorses Trump-Kim summit, peace treaty... [Read More]
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Russian President Vladimir Putin and South Korean President Moon Jae-in agreed on Friday to support "efforts to establish complete denuclearization on the Korean peninsula" following the U.S.-North Korea summit last week. [Read More]
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After the historic Trump-Kim Jong Un summit...the President is looking to meet with another controversial world leader. Veuer's Nick Cardona has that story. [Read More]
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Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg said they experienced a feeling of deja vu watching U.S. President Donald Trump meet North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un this month. [Read More]
An implicit coalition of corporate media, Democratic partisans and others loyal to the national security state are actively hostile to any agreement that would endanger the continuation of the 70-year-old Cold War between the United States and North Korea. The hostility toward Donald Trump on the part of both corporate media (except for Fox News) … Continue reading "An Elite Coalition Emerges Against a Trump-Kim Agreement" [Read More]
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