North Korean defectors say the meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong Un was a wasted opportunity to address egregious human rights abuses in their home country.
By Molly Enking
One day after meeting in Singapore, President Trump and Kim Jong Un are touting their unprecedented summit as a major success on the road to improved relations between longtime enemies. But the lack of detail has left their joint statement…
President Trump and Kim Jong Un held a whirlwind summit in Singapore and set lofty goals, but provided few details on how to achieve them. From Singapore, Nick Schifrin joins Judy Woodruff to outline the agreement and discuss whether each…
President Trump deserves credit for turning relations with North Korea around, says Sen. James Risch, R-Idaho, but more work needs to be done and more nuance is needed on the issue of the future of military exercises with South Korea.
Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., says that he's pleased that President Trump used diplomacy to meet face-to-face with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, but now it's necessary to see North Korea implement changes to show it's serious about eliminating its…
A historic meeting between President Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong Un began with elaborate stagecraft and ended with ambitious goals. But how does North Korea define denuclearization? And can Trump avoid mistakes of the past? Judy Woodruff gets analysis…
By Jenny Marder, Larisa Epatko
And what happens now? We asked four foreign policy experts for their reaction to the summit and what’s next.
Early Tuesday morning in Washington, the White House released the text of the document signed by President Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un after their summit in Singapore.
North Korea has long objected to the annual exercises, viewing them as practice for future military action against the North by the United States.
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