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Sputnik 1h
US must 'show commitment' to peace talks with (Op-Ed)
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Jim Sciutto 14h
state media: US "totally to blame" for stalemate. “The U.S. is demanding unilateral and gangster-like claim forcing the DPRK to act without showing its movement. The conservative politicians of the U.S. are taking the lead in persisting in such gangster logic."
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Department of State 5h
.: intends to chair a UNSC Ministerial on on Sept. 27 to update the Council on our efforts toward the final full verified denuclearization of North Korea and to underscore the need for all member states to enforce existing sanctions.
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Sputnik 4h
. to chair Security Council meeting on
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Secretary Pompeo Sep 17
The U.S. called a meeting of today to discuss sanctions on and ’s active attempts to undermine compliance with those sanctions. Global sanctions are an essential part of efforts to achieve denuclearization. We are as committed as ever to enforcing them.
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Harry Kazianis 3h
Well “maximum pressure” was damaged the second Trump shook Kim’s hand. It died yesterday when we hit China with massive tariffs—they have no reason to help us on anymore. Time for you to offer a policy—and not simple minded criticism.
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Department of State 5h
. discusses Special Representative for Stephen Biegun's trip last week to the Republic of , , and to discuss the final, fully verified denuclearization of North Korea as agreed to by Chairman Kim.
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Antiwar.com 6h
North and South Korea Push to End Korean War, but U.S. Opposes Moon: Goal is 'irreversible, permanent and unwavering peace'
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Dr Daniel Allen Sep 15
This white tiger desperately tried to nurse her stillborn cub back to life as children ‘cheered’. Some may say, “well the zoo is in ”. It is. But look closer to home, wherever home is, this is . RT if you agree
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The Korea Herald 43m
N. Korea says leaders 'highly appreciate' current state of inter-Korean relations
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Christine M. Chan 14h
watching on watching them... With President Moon Jae-in arriving in to the open arms of , children of defectors back in open up their hearts to
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Olivia Enos 6h
Must-read piece by . Ji Seongho, famous defector who embodied the struggle for in at SOTU, says is ignoring concerns in an effort to achieve peace with :
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Devi Rhamesz 49m
Replying to @ChrliesWarchest
As proof that the people of South Korea are flaky in their political positions, expect Moon Jae-in to experience a large boost in his poll numbers from a paltry 49% approval rating. The thinking...if {ns} love the guy, why shouldn't we?
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Stratfor 3h
As the and attempt to reach a settlement to their conflict, details from a U.S. Department of Justice investigation on alleged North Korean portray a well-organized, determined threat. Stratfor's explains.
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Daniel Schneider Sep 15
The saddest photo I've ever seen. An overweight tries to revive her still born cub at a neglected zoo in while spectators watched... For 3 days. Tigers should be free, not in zoos.
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CNAS 11h
CNAS is thrilled to welcome Eric Brewer () as Visiting Fellow in the 2018-2019 International Affairs Fellowship program sponsored by . Brewer will focus on nuclear proliferation threats posed by and :
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Jean H. Lee 24h
Cannot express how surprising it is to see a South Korean plane, with South Korean flag, and boldly displayed, live in . So many North Koreans didn’t even know that’s the official name of the country they call
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Human Rts Commission 5h
Thank you again to our witnesses who testified on in , including Greg Scarlatoiu from , , and human rights specialist Roberta Cohen. And thank you to all of the staffers, guests, and general public who attended.
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Michelle Nichols Sep 13
Ambassador to the United Nations ⁦⁩ accused on Thursday of seeking to cover up breaches of sanctions on by Russians after Moscow pushed for changes to be made to an independent report on sanctions violations
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Devi Rhamesz 9h
Kim Jong-un wants a “bigger outcome at a faster pace.” That sounds like he may be willing to place his arsenal at risk. Meanwhile, more than 100k Pyongyangites,shouting "Motherland_Unification," turned out to welcome Moon Jae-in on his way to his guest house.
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