Plan to Denuclearize Not Because of U.S., North Korea Says

North Korea’s plan to denuclearize was not the result of pressure from the United States, the country’s news agency announced this week, adding that the U.S. was intentionally misleading the public by claiming otherwise. The U.S. government has repeatedly claimed North Korea’s decision to denuclearize was the result of imposed sanctions and a “maximum pressure” […]

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Kim Jong Un, in Surprise Visit to Beijing, Shores Up Chinese Support

North Korean President Kim Jong Un made a surprise visit to Beijing, China, this week and met with Chinese President Xi Jinping. It was the first time the two met face-to-face and the first time the reclusive leader met with a foreign head of state since assuming power in 2011. The meeting is the first […]

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Kushner, Cohn and Kim

This White House has seen historically high turnover over in its first year.  In this episode we discuss some personnel changes that may or may not be good for this President, and one development that is a positive for us all. http://media.blubrry.com/itn/p/content.blubrry.com/itn/Kushner_Cohn_and_Kim.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSS

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Kim Jong Un, In Dramatic Development, Wants to Halt Nuclear Program, Meet with Trump

In a major breakthrough on the issue of North Korea’s nuclear missile program, that country’s reclusive, and often belligerent leader, has indicated that he wants to completely halt his country’s nuclear program and meet with U.S. President Donald Trump face-to-face to discuss permanent denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. A statement was read late this evening […]

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Kim Jong Un Signals Willingness to Talk About Nuclear Program

In a surprising development, North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un has signaled that he is willing to enter into negotiations with United States about giving up his country’s nuclear and ballistic missile program.  He also expressed willingness to suspend those missile tests while the dialogue is underway.  The overture was made to South Korean negotiators […]

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High-Level South Korean Delegation Visits North in Sign Summit May be Forthcoming

A high-ranking delegation from South Korea is in North Korea today and has met with that country’s reclusive leader Kim Jong Un, the South Korean government announced.  The group, a 10-member delegation, was sent to Pyongyang by South Korean President Moon Jae-in, to focus on inter-Korean relations and lay the groundwork for talks, which would […]

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