With one speech, Kim Jong-Un has demonstrated the Trump Administration’s North Korea policy to have been an utter failure.
New reports indicate that the North Koreans never took any of the steps to reduce their research programs that President Trump claimed they did.
President Trump and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un met at the Demilitarized Zone for what amounts to their third summit in a year. As with the previous two, there was nothing of substance accomplished.
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.
In his annual message, Kim Jong Un sent a message to President Trump on denuclearization and the future of the Korean Peninsula.
The Singapore Summit meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un was about as substance-less as most analysts anticipated it would be.
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.
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.
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.
There are reasons to be skeptical about the dawning of a new age on the peninsula.
The meeting between Kim Jong-Un and Moon Jae-In was historic, but many questions and caveats remain.
French President Emmanuel Macron predicts, correctly, that President Trump will pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran for the worst possible reasons. This will be a disaster for America’s national interests.
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.
From Europe to the Middle East, to Asia, America’s allies are concerned about what the selection of John Bolton as National Security Adviser means going forward. They should be, and so should every American.
The Kim regime released a statement saying they were open to talks and would not conduct provocative tests while they were ongoing.
With the Winter Olympics over, the next step on the Korean Peninsula is utterly unclear.
President Trump has announced a new round of sanctions against North Korea, but they are unlikely to work given the unrealistic nature of the Administration’s current policy toward North Korea.
Expecting North Korea to agree to diplomatic talks that are aimed at getting rid of their nuclear weapons is asking for the impossible, and ensuring there will be no progress on the diplomatic front for the foreseeable future.
The recent cooling of relations between North and South Korea has led to some talk of eventual reunification, but for many South Koreans that idea is a non-starter.
President Trump is apparently pressuring the President of South Korea to give him the credit for talks between North and South Korea that the United States isn’t involved in at all.
Some progress on easing tensions between North and South Korea.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un is extending an olive branch of sorts to South Korea while simultaneously claiming success in achieving a nuclear deterrent.
At a time when our alliance is more important than ever, President Trump is responding by attacking our ally.
More provocative action from North Korea, and another reminder that there are no easy answers to the problems represented by the Kim regime.
The people who would most immediately be impacted by a war on the Korean peninsula don’t seem quite so concerned. Perhaps we should take a cue from them.
South Korea has elected a new President who breaks with his impeached predecessor in favoring dialogue with the North.