By | CS Monitor | 6 days 4 hours ago | World
South Korean president Moon Jae-in's role in brokering the first ever US-North Korea summit drew strong criticism from South Korean conservatives who fear Kim Jong-un's nuclear ambitions. But others say the summit will help to ease regional tensions.
By | FOX News | 5 days 23 hours ago | World
The Latest on the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (all times local): 6:05 p.m. President Donald Trump is stretching credulity at home and abroad by declaring there is "no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea" after his summit with Kim Jong Un.
By Associated Press in Washington | The Guardian | 6 days 5 hours ago | World
Trump produced no guarantees on how or when Pyongyang would disarm following summit with Kim Jong-un Donald Trump has declared there is “no longer a nuclear threat from North Korea ”, a dubious claim following his summit with leader Kim Jong-un that produced no guarantees on how or when Pyongyang would disarm. Tempering Trump’s very upbeat assessment, his top diplomat, Mike Pompeo, cautioned that...
By Hyung-Jin Kim and Kim Tong-Hyung | AP | WashPost | 6 days 10 hours ago | World
When South Korea’s president shuttled between North Korea and the United States to broker their first-ever summit, he faced both praise and criticism over whether he was a peace-making mediator or was helping North Korea find ways to weaken U.S.-led economic sanctions.
By | Reuters | 6 days 10 hours ago | World
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea no longer poses a nuclear threat, nor is it the "biggest and most dangerous problem" for the United States, President Donald Trump said on Wednesday on his return from a summit in Singapore with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
By Shawn Crispin | Asia Times | 6 days 14 hours ago | World
The first high-profile glimpse of a new Asian geopolitical landscape may be taking shape The post Asia widely welcomes Kim-Trump detente appeared first on Asia Times .
By | Al Jazeera | 6 days 14 hours ago | World
Reaching real peace will take years, US analysts say, as this goes well beyond just reducing military postures.
By Laignee Barron | TIME | 1 week 13 hours ago | World
President Donald Trump strolled in from the right, North Korea’s Kim Jong Un from the left. With a 13-second handshake and a pat on Kim’s arm, the two leaders set the stage for an unprecedented encounter between the sitting U.S. president and the ruler of the world’s most isolated regime. While their talks tackle the serious aims of ending seven decades of hostilities and denuclearizing the...