Seoul (FAIR) – In major-paper opinion coverage of the Singapore summit, the people with the most to lose and gain from the summit, the people whose nation was actually being discussed—Koreans—were almost uniformly ignored. The Post had 23 total opinion pieces, the Times had 16 and the Journal four. The only op-ed by a Korean was a pro-summit
London (APK) – The recent summit between the supreme leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea(DPRK), respected Marshal Kim Jong Un, the chairman of Workers Party of Korea and the US president Donald Trump has caught the attention of everyone and is a very hot topic. The people of the world are
Singapore (GPA) – The first meeting between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump has concluded. Here is some information on their meeting, as well as the joint statement issued afterward. US President, Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, his DPRK counterpart, have concluded their first brief meeting in Singapore on Tuesday, or late Monday
Pyongyang (MPN) – Though Trump’s threats against North Korea have lacked some of the grace with which his predecessors operated, to Pyongyang, U.S diplomacy has been marked by 65 years of broken promises and outright aggression. Is lasting peace possible on the Korean Peninsula? The answer to that question may depend on whether
London (MPN) – If there is any country on the list of U.S. adversaries about which almost everyone lacks critical understanding, it is the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK or North Korea). Unlike most countries, the DPRK has managed to stay fairly closed off to U.S. interference and intelligence-gathering — whether by
Demilitarized Zone (GPA) – Here is a breakdown of the agreement made between North and South Korea following Friday’s meeting between Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in. History was made Friday when the leaders of North and South Korea, Kim Jong Un and his counterpart, President Moon Jae-in met face to face.
Pyongyang (teleSUR) – North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un is crossing the border to meet with South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in to hold the first intra-Korea summit in over a decade. South Korea’s Moon will greet Kim at the military demarcation line at 9:30 a.m. local time, making Kim the first North Korean leader to set foot in the South since
Pyongyang (GPA) – South Korean President Moon Jae In is attempting to convince the Trump Regime to be more open to talks with The DPRK (North Korea) following continued statements from Pyongyang signaling a potential opportunity for diplomacy. Moon Jae In Finally Listens to Pyongyang After slightly more than a year of choosing to ignore official statements