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Tv Clip Of Kids Lauding Nicola Sturgeon Removed After Comparisons To 'north Korea Propaganda'

Last week, Nicola Sturgeon announced that Scotland’s lockdown restrictions may be slightly relaxed as of next Thursday. Earlier in May, the Scottish First Minister rejected accusations of covering up a COVID-19 outbreak during a Nike conference in...

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Two Years After Summit With Trump, Kim Vows To Boost North Korea’s Nuclear Deterrent

Kim Jong Un has turned his back on denuclearization talks with the United States.
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Question: What Direction Do You See U.s.-north Korea Relations Heading In For The Rest Of The Year?

Lucia Husenicová Security, Asia Fire and fury or diplomacy? Looking at the situation in the United States, given the coronavirus crisis, it is hard to foresee any significant change in U.S.-North Korean bilateral relations. It would be difficult...

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Why The Iran-north Korea Missile Alliance Is Pure Trouble

Bruce E. Bechtol Security, Asia Can it be stopped? How much are these two rogues states collaborating? On January 7, 2020, Iran launched ballistic missiles at American bases located in Iraq. One set of the missiles launched were in the “Qiam”...
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Un Command To Repair ‘deficiencies’ Found In Visual Warning Markers At Korean Dmz

The United Nations Command announced on Friday it had discovered numerous “deficiencies” in the visual warning markers used to divert aircraft from the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating North and South Korea. Photos show bent, dented and...
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Will China Use North Korea To Pressure Trump?

Chinese state media is ramping up its vitriolic anti-American rants, a sure sign of Xi Jinping's displeasure with President Trump. But Xi's pressure is coming in other forms as well. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
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S Korean Unification Minister Reportedly Denies Rumors Over Lifting Sanctions On Pyongyang

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Seoul is not considering lifting sanctions that were imposed on Pyongyang in 2010 after a South Korean warship was sunk by North Korea, in spite of rumours to the contrary, Unification Minister Kim Yeon-chul said on Thursday, as...
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Will The Next U.s. Election Decide The Fate Of North Korea’s Nuclear Arsenal?

James Trottier Security, Asia Trump has been preoccupied with the inter-related subjects of his re-election bid, the coronavirus pandemic, and the U.S. economy and has little time to spend on North Korea. What little attention he has for...

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Will Diplomatic Progress With North Korea Devolve Into Regional Chaos?

Patricia Schouker Security, Asia Trump has found himself immersed in the same quagmire that his predecessors experienced—one where both sides became almost intractable in their demands. The Washington-Pyongyang relationship represents the...
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What Does 2020 Hold In Store For The North Korea Nuclear Issue?

Zhu Feng Security, Asia Trump once believed his personal charm could eventually persuade Kim Jong-un of taking for granted a deal of nuclear dismantlement for economic assistance. But Trump failed. It seems that the coronavirus global outbreak has...
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The Next Election Will Determine Donald Trump's North Korea Legacy

Inyeop Lee Security, Asia North Korea will pay close attention to whether Trump is re-elected or leaves the White House next year. Let’s start with what happened in the Hanoi Summit. North Korea claims that it requested the lifting of five...
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On Selective Outrage

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn I have consistently criticized authoritarian regimes all over the world—in Russia, China, Vietnam, Turkey, India, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, North Korea and elsewhere. I also criticize the US government for...
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Donald Trump's Own Version Of Muddling Through On North Korea

Eric Ballbach Security, Asia With a crucial election ahead, President Trump is unlikely to want to risk either a failure in negotiations or enter into a military conflict with unpredictable consequences. In the coming months, he is therefore...
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Why Progress In U.s.-north Korea Relations Is Unlikely Before 2020 Ends

Oskar Pietrewicz Security, Asia The only way to make a deal work is flexibility on both sides. Right now, that just does not seem possible. By the end of this year, no breakthrough in U.S.-North Korea relations should be expected as neither party...

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Kim Jong-un Needs To Get The North Korean Economy Moving And Secure Sanctions Relief

Nam Sung Wook North Korea, North Korea And that won't be easy. North Korea’s Chairman Kim Jong-un appeared three weeks after he disappeared from the official seat. His stealth, which received keen attention from the Korean Peninsula as well as...
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America Needs To Be More Flexible When Dealing With North Korea

Yangmo Ku Security, Asia Upfront denuclearization simply isn't possible. In 2018, the relationship between the United States and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), despite having been largely adversarial since the Korean War,...

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Why North Korea And America's Theater Of Gesture Politics Is Now At And End

Sojin Lim Politics, Asia Real negotiations are needed, not leader-to-leader photo-ops. Editor's Note: We asked this author the following question - What direction do you see U.S.-North Korea relations heading in for the rest of the year? In...
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Do Americans Even Care About North Korea?

Peter Harris Security, Asia "The reality is that North Korea just does not resonate in US domestic politics – not its gross human rights abuses (perhaps the worst in the world), not its nuclear program, and not the latent threat that Pyongyang...
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Yes, A Deal With North Korea Is Still Possible This Year

Leon V. Sigal Security, Asia Diplomatic give-and-take is the only way for the United States to constrain North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs. Here is what a deal could look like.  The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated, Kim...

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Meet Iran’s Simorgh Missile: Made With Help From North Korea

Caleb Larson Security, Middle East Tehran gets by with a little help from its friends. The DPRK supplied missile components to Iran—for a rocket that Tehran claims is peaceful.  Birds of a Feather Iran and North Korea enjoy surprisingly close...
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