Trump regards the Singapore summit as the beginning of a process. But the process is not merely about Korea – it's about the entire geostrategic landscape in Asia.
Just days before the U.S.-North Korea summit, a Washington Institute for Near East Policy discussion on June 7 examined North Korea’s far-reaching negative impact on the Middle East and Africa.
Rep. Mac Thornberry states that it’s okay for President Trump to “suspend” upcoming military exercises in Korea as a concession to North Korea.
The outcome of the Singapore summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was good news for one absent but key player: China.
Following his historic summit, President Donald Trump declared on Twitter Wednesday that there was "no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea."
President Trump declared that the U.S. and South Korea would no longer conduct the “war games” that the Kim regime protested so vigorously over the years.
Around Asia and the world, many have welcomed the flurry of diplomacy in recent months between the U.S. and North Korea, after a year of mounting tension.
President Donald Trump proclaimed the start of a new era that could break a cycle of nuclear brinkmanship and stave off a military confrontation.
President Trump plans to depart early from his summit with Kim Jong Un, the White House said, declaring that nuclear talks with North Korea have moved "more quickly than expected."
Heading into his North Korea summit with characteristic bravado, President Trump says that "attitude" is more important than preparation.