U.S. President Donald Trump may have cancelled his planned summit with North Korean dictator Kim
Jong Un (although even that is unclear). But it seems that plans for bringing peace to the Korean Peninsula will carry on anyway ñ with or without America. […]
The leader that Donald Trump likes to deride as Little Rocket Man has cleverly put his U.S. adversary in a bind. He has done so by simply having his sister invite South Korean President Moon Jae-in to Pyongyang for talks. […]
How useful was last week’s Vancouver summit on North Korea? The short answer is: Not very.
But Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland, who co-hosted the summit with U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, can console herself with the fact that it could have been worse.
South Korea has elected a new president. This may not seem of much import to Canadians. But it is. Tuesday’s election adds a new dynamic to the nuclear crisis gripping the divided Korean Peninsula.