President Trump said North Korea’s Kim Jong Un has ‘everything’ to lose ‘if he acts in a hostile way’
President Trump said on Sunday, Dec 8, that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has “everything” to lose after Pyongyang reported a “very important test” at a rocket site. “Kim Jong Un is too smart and has far too much to lose, everything actually, if he acts in a hostile way,” President ...
Trump set to host Moon for North Korea talks
Both leaders want a denuclearized Korean Peninsula, but have differed on how to approach negotiations with North Korea
Tighten N.Korea sanctions by targeting banks, experts say
'Financial sanctions against Pyongyang remain some of the most poorly implemented and actively evaded measures,' a recent UN report says
Experts see Washington’s ‘big deal’ approach to denuclearizing N.Korea facing rejection
After seeming to be willing to take Pyongyang’s preferred incremental approach before the Hanoi summit, N. Korea signaling dislike of Washington’s reversion to all-or-nothing approach with missile launch preparations
As sanctions on N.Korea remain, Kim’s economic development goals may recede
Experts say gap at Hanoi summit between Washington’s demand on denuclearization and Pyongyang’s demand on relief could mean even tougher economic conditions for North Koreans
US: No phased approach to North Korea denuclearization
Comments suggest the US will not back down on its demand that North Korea completely give up its nuclear weapons before sanctions are eased
Trump says denuclearization means economic growth for N.Korea
President Donald Trump says Vietnam, the site of his second round of nuclear talks with Kim Jong Un, is thriving economically and that North Korea could, too, if it would give up its pursuit of nuclear weapons. Before sitting down with Kim later Wednesday in Hanoi, Trump tweeted that "North Korea ...
North Norean leader arrives in Vietnam for summit with Trump
En route to Hanoi via Air Force One, Trump said he expects a 'tremendous summit'
Harder tasks await Trump, Kim at 2nd summit
The two sides still need to agree on what denuclearization even means and figure out how to move the process forward
Closing nuclear facility on table as US-NKorea summit nears
The future of a key North Korean nuclear facility is on the table as leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump prepare to meet in Vietnam next week. The Yongbyon Nuclear Scientific Research Center, the heart of the North's nuclear development and research, is Kim's biggest carrot as he tries ...
Experts: Plan for partial denuclearization realistic goal at 2nd Trump-Kim summit
A concrete plan could counter the first summit, often seen as ‘a missed opportunity’ because the two leaders issued a joint vaguely worded statement that lacked a ‘follow-up implementation process’
Road map to denuclearization key to second Trump-Kim summit
First meeting between Washington and Pyongyang in June has been widely criticized as too vague and lacking meaningful agreements on denuclearization
Trump says he expects to meet again soon with North Korea’s Kim
US president's optimism contrasts with Kim's warning that relations could cool if US continues to impose sanctions
Trump, South Korea’s Moon to meet at G-20 with North Korea talks stalled
There is a possibility that Moon may be able to broker a resumption of negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang
Koreas survey North’s railways in hopes of joining networks
South Korea sent rail cars and dozens of officials to North Korea on Friday for joint surveys on northern railway sections the countries hope someday to connect with the South. The weeks-long inspections, which will see South Korean cars running on North Korean tracks for the first time in a decade, ...
Sanctions exemption for Korean rail survey seen as move to spur denuclearization
South Korea's requested relief facilitates an effort to link railways between the two Koreas
Report: North Korea’s Kim open to nuclear site inspection
US has stressed importance of verification as it negotiates with North about denuclearization of Korean Peninsula
Koreas gain UN sanctions exemption for joint rail survey
South Korea said Saturday that the United Nations Security Council granted an exemption to sanctions that will allow surveys on North Korean railroad sections the Koreas want to connect with the South. The surveys would require the South to bring to the North fuel and a variety of goods, including possibly ...
Two Koreas connect road across DMZ
The route, near the midpoint of the zone, will be used during joint operations to recover war remains
US to N. Korea: We will maintain maximum pressure until complete denuclearization
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence says Washington will not ease economic sanctions against North Korea, urging Southeast Asian nations to continue a maximum pressure campaign against Pyongyang until it r
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