A thinly-sourced but utterly believable tale of evil.
A thinly-sourced but utterly believable tale of evil.
The DPRK sent a message to the United States over the weekend, but it’s unlikely the President was listening.
President Trump is in Japan, and while there is is dismissing the seriousness of new North Korean missile tests that threaten Japan.
The United States agreed to pay North Korea $2 million for “medical treatment” for Otto Warmbier. Did the Trump Administration actually pay the bill? They aren’t saying.
The Trump Administration still doesn’t have realistic goals for its negotiations with North Korea.
In the wake of the failure of the Hanoi Summit to reach any agreement at all, North Korea appears to be returning to old form.
Once again, President Trump gets taken for a sucker by the North Koreans.
In the end, the reason the Hanoi Summit failed is because the Trump Administration is pursuing an unattainable goal.
Once again, President Trump proves that in the face of evil he is a coward and a disgrace.
The second summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un ended early without any kind of agreement, signalling that no real progress has been made in talks between the two countries.
President Trump and Kim Jong Un hold their second summit in Hanoi later this week, but it’s unlikely anything significant will happen.
The date and location of the next summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un have been set, but it’s hard to see what can really be accomplished.
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet again in February, but it’s hard to see why.
In his annual message, Kim Jong Un sent a message to President Trump on denuclearization and the future of the Korean Peninsula.
The North Korean government is making clear what it means when it speaks of denuclearization, and its far different from what the United States means.
Donald Trump is a coward and an apologist for evil around the world.
Three months after the Singapore summit, evidence grows that North Korea is still making nuclear weapons.
Two months after the Singapore Summit, there’s no sign that anything substantive has been accomplished on the Korean Peninsula.
The Trump Administration continues to insist that North Korea is violating promises that it clearly never made.
The Trump Administration is falsely claiming that the North Koreans made commitments at the Singapore Summit that they clearly didn’t agree to.
Yet another sign that the Singapore Summit didn’t really accomplish much of anything.
To the surprise of nobody other than, apparently, the President of the United States, the North Koreans are dragging their feet after getting what they wanted out of the Photo Op Summit in Singapore.
More evidence that North Korea isn’t living up to the promises it made in Singapore.
The supposed promises made at the Singapore Summit don’t appear to be working out in the real world.
Donald Trump said he wishes people would ‘sit up and pay attention’ to him the way they do in North Korea when Kim Jong Un speaks.
President Trump is at the center of controversy again after video emerged of him returning the salute of a North Korean General.
One outcome of the SIngapore Summit includes a purported agreement to work on repatriating American remains from the Korean War. This is a good thing, but the President couldn’t resist adding obvious embellishment.
President Trump continues to dismiss concerns about Kim Jong Un’s brutality, and to lavish praise on a man who has a considerable amount of blood on his hands.
President Trump is touting his Photo Op Summit as the end of the North Korean nuclear threat. Reality is quite different.
The Singapore Summit meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un was about as substance-less as most analysts anticipated it would be.
With the start of the Singapore Summit just hours away, it’s not at all clear what the respective parties can possibly agree to other than what amounts to a photo opportunity.
And yet, Trump seems to think his gut is all he needs. This will not end well with North Korea, nor the G-7 (or any number of other things).
“Winging it” isn’t how foreign policy should be made.
A couple weeks ago, the North Koreans made a big deal about destroying their nuclear test site. It now appears that the event the media witnessed was less than meets the eye.
Just over a week after he called it off, President Trump announced this afternoon that the June 12th Summit in Singapore was back on.
South Korea’s President is saying that Kim Jong Un has renewed his supposed commitment to ‘denuclearization,’ but it isn’t at all clear what that means.
One day after canceling his summit meeting with Kim Jong Un, President Trump is suggesting it may be back on. Before it happens, though, there ought to be far more adequate preparation.
Seemingly out of the blue, the June 12th summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been canceled by the United States.
Not surprisingly, the North Koreans are pushing back against American efforts to force them into a corner on denuclearization.
Does the administration know what it is doing?
The date and location of the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un has been set, but there’s as much chance of failure as their is hope for success.
The United States is apparently looking to Libya as a guide for upcoming talks with North Korea. The DPRK most likely sees the fate of that nation and its leader as a warning.
The meeting between Kim Jong-Un and Moon Jae-In was historic, but many questions and caveats remain.
The Kim regime has announced the end, for now, of its nuclear and ballistic missile testing programs. To understand why they made this concession, one needs to read between the lines.
After initially praising the completion of a trade deal with South Korea, President Trump is now suggesting he may withhold final approval contingent on progress on talks with North Korea. This makes no sense whatsoever.
Another significant development on the Korean Peninsula.
After several days of speculation, it was confirmed that the leaders of North Korea and China had met in Beijing. This was meant as much for external consumption as it was the relationship between the two nations.
In selecting John Bolton as his National Security Adviser, Donald Trump has signaled to the world that he’s likely to take action that will only serve to make the world a more dangerous place.