Trump expected to tout North Korea progress, but concrete moves lacking

Trump expected to tout North Korea progress, but concrete moves lackingThe change of mood was sealed when Trump and Kim met for an unprecedented summit on June 12 in Singapore, and in the past week, the North Korean leader promised South Korean President Moon Jae-in to dismantle a missile site and also a nuclear complex – if the United States takes “corresponding action.” While appearing to set a positive tone, the commitments fell far short of Washington’s demands for a complete inventory of North Korea’s weapons programs and irreversible steps towards denuclearization. Trump is to meet Moon on Monday to get a first-hand account of the Korean summit before delivering his U.N. address on Tuesday.


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South Korea Plays Down Chance of Nuke Progress at Kim Summit

  1. South Korea Plays Down Chance of Nuke Progress at Kim Summit  U.S. News & World Report
  2. South Korean President to Visit Pyongyang in Bid to Revive Diplomacy  Wall Street Journal
  3. Four things to know for the week ahead  BBC News
  4. North Korea’s Trump-Era Strategy: Keep Making A-Bombs, but Quietly  New York Times
  5. Historic Kim Jong Un Summit May Make or Break Moon’s Presidency  Bloomberg
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After progress on trade, Trump reignites tensions by declaring border wall will be 'paid for by Mexico'

  1. After progress on trade, Trump reignites tensions by declaring border wall will be ‘paid for by Mexico’  Washington Post
  2. Canada rejoins talks to stay in NAFTA, deal possible this week  Reuters
  3. Lots of Trump’s allies think his new trade deal with Mexico is terrible for the US  Business Insider
  4. Trump’s New Nafta May Leave His Job and Deficit Pledges Unfulfilled  Bloomberg
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After progress on trade, Trump reignites tensions by declaring border wall will be 'paid for by Mexico'

  1. After progress on trade, Trump reignites tensions by declaring border wall will be ‘paid for by Mexico’  Washington Post
  2. Canada rejoins talks to stay in NAFTA, deal possible this week  Reuters
  3. Lots of Trump’s allies think his new trade deal with Mexico is terrible for the US  Business Insider
  4. Trump’s New Nafta May Leave His Job and Deficit Pledges Unfulfilled  Bloomberg
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After progress on trade, Trump reignites tensions by declaring border wall will be 'paid for by Mexico'

  1. After progress on trade, Trump reignites tensions by declaring border wall will be ‘paid for by Mexico’  Washington Post
  2. Canada rejoins talks to stay in NAFTA, deal possible this week  Reuters
  3. Lots of Trump’s allies think his new trade deal with Mexico is terrible for the US  Business Insider
  4. Trump’s New Nafta May Leave His Job and Deficit Pledges Unfulfilled  Bloomberg
  5. Full coverage


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