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Trump Just Admitted That North Korea Isn’t Actually Denuclearizing
The president called off Mike Pompeo’s trip to North Korea, citing a lack of progress on denuclearization.
Some Questions Foreign Policy Experts Are Asking About the Trump-Kim Summit
Before anyone declares victory, let’s try to establish some basic facts about what comes next …
Trump Suspends ‘Provocative’ War Games With South Korea
At his summit with Kim Jong-un in Singapore, Trump announced that the U.S. will suspend such military exercises, as talks proceed.
Trump Will Leave Summit With North Korea Early
The White House says the talks are moving more quickly than expected. But there’s reason to suspect they aren’t moving anywhere at all.
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Kim Jong-un Reportedly Wants an American Burger Chain to Open in North Korea
This, according to a new CIA report, anyway.
Kim Jong Un Open to McDonald’s, Not Giving Up His Nuclear Weapons
Fast food in North Korea? Yes. Giving up nuclear weapons? No.
Trump Says His Meeting With Kim Jong-un ‘May Not Work Out’
Turns out, agreeing to unprecedented summits on a whim might not be a sound way to make foreign policy.
North Korea Schedules Demolition of Nuclear Test Site
It’s inviting journalists to a closing ceremony at the site less than three weeks before the upcoming summit with the U.S.
Trump Believes ‘He Alone’ Can End the Korean War — and He Might Be Right
Trump’s indifference to detail and skepticism about U.S. security guarantees might lead him to make concessions that other presidents wouldn’t.
Trump and Kim Jong-un to Meet
It’s unclear if there’s been a real breakthrough, or it’s just another move in a long, frustrating chess game.