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Trump Has ‘Little Gift’ For Kim Jong Un

Speaking with reporters before departing on a trip to Europe, President Trump was asked to confirm a South Korean news report that Mike Pompeo took with him to Pyongyang a CD of Elton John’s song “Rocket Man” to give to Kim Jong-un last week. (July 10)

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Pompeo Wraps Up Talks With N. Korean Officials

Mike Pompeo has ended talks with senior North Korean officials without meeting Kim Jong Un but with commitments for new discussions on denuclearization and the repatriation of the remains of American soldiers killed in the Korean War. (July 7)

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That’s butter! The Indian ads punning for half a century

From Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un to cricket and Bollywood, an advertising campaign featuring cherubic cartoon characters delights Indians daily with pun-filled takes on the world’s biggest news stories.

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State Dept. on Immigration, Kim Jong Un in China

At a U.S. State Department press briefing, Spokesperson Heather Nauert commented on the administrations immigration policies and Kim Jong Un’s visit to China. (June 19)

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North Korea Shows Trump in New Light Post-Summit

North Koreans are getting a new look at President Donald Trump after his summit with Kim Jong Un and it’s a far cry from the ‘Dotard’ label their government slapped on him last year. But how long will it last? (June 14)

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North Koreans look at pictures of Kim with Trump

North Koreans in Pyongyang read news of leader Kim Jong Un’s summit with US President Donald Trump in Singapore. IMAGES

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What the U.S.-North Korea Negotiations Might Look Like, Simulated (HBO)

The historic summit between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un is over and one of the few substantive points to come out of their joint statement is for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and a “high-level” North Korean official to lead, “follow-on negotiations.”

They’re supposed to occur at the “earliest possible date,” and drive toward a blandly-stated goal: “implement the outcomes” of the Singapore meeting.

What do these early rounds of diplomacy look like for negotiators on both sides? To figure this out, VICE News asked four experienced American diplomats to simulate a real negotiation.

“The North Koreans don’t negotiate the way we do,” explained Gov. Bill Richardson, a former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. In our simulation, he’s representing North Korea. “They don’t believe in concessions or compromises.”

Joining Gov. Richardson to represent the North Korean side was Ambassador Joseph DeTrani — who, in real life, served as Special Envoy to North Korea for the six-party talks starting in 2003.

On the other side, Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins, a former coordinator for threat reduction programs at the State Department, negotiated for the U.S. So did Ambassador Robert Gallucci, who was the chief negotiator with North Korea during the 1994 nuclear crisis.
They showed us that when it comes to denuclearizing a peninsula, every word matters.

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