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How Trump could spin a nuclear strike

Could Trump follow the formula President Truman used on Hiroshima?
U.S. President Trump Meets North Korean Leader Kim Jong-un During Landmark Summit In Singapore

Why it’s crucial that Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un get along

Opinion: While much was made over Trump and Kim’s sometimes awkward chumminess at their summit, that will be important if peace is to endure
Washington Capitals Victory Parade And Rally

North Korea, the Stanley Cup—so much winning in Washington

Allen Abel takes in the most joyous march on Washington in a quarter-century, while the U.S. president was making history of another kind in Singapore

Trump on trusting North Korea, human rights, war dead, sanctions and war games — Full transcript

President Donald Trump gave remarks and took questions following his historic meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
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Why cancelling the U.S.-North Korea summit may have been the right call

Opinion: If America wasn’t prepared for the high-stakes summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, perhaps its collapse was the best-case scenario
U.S. Pres. Trump and Chinese Pres. Xi

Welcome to a world no longer led by Moscow and Washington

Scott Gilmore: While America slinks into isolation and Russia jokes on Twitter, Beijing is shaping the world order
Kim Jong Un, Chung Eui-yong

After a period of high anxiety, it’s time for patience on North Korea

Opinion: There’s optimism around the Korean crisis—but we need a coherent, long-term strategy for diplomacy and engagement with North Korea

Donald Trump’s Dotard Diplomacy

Allen Abel: Like Obama in Cuba and Nixon in China, now comes Trump’s opening for a high risk encounter that seems likely to yield little

North Korea’s Kim Jong-un is a gangster: Here’s how to sort him out

Opinion: How to deal with Kim’s belligerence? View him as a thug. And like any gangster, understand how he makes money and what really scares him.
South Korea Koreas Tension

How sports diplomacy could lead to an unprecedented shift for the Koreas

Opinion: After a year of anxiety and bellicose Trump tweets, the Olympics offer a rare moment of optimism for North and South Korea. But will it last?