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Trump secures a diplomatic coup with North Korea — for now

Washington Post / Politics 72 sources

Even pessimists said President Trump’s hard line against Pyongyang — after decades of less forceful U.S. effort — played a major role in bringing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to the negotiating table. But questions came fast and furious…

Trump Kim talks: US surprised at 'dramatic' North Korea shift

BBC / News

President Donald Trump is set to have historic talks with the North's Kim Jong-un by May.

North Korea Asks for Direct Talks, and Trump Agrees

No sitting American president has ever met a North Korean leader, and the meeting would be a breathtaking gamble for Mr. Trump.

On North Korea, the world sees Trump acting as his own diplomat, negotiator and strategist

Washington Post

“The art of the teaser”: Trump’s stunning announcement that he’ll meet with Kim Jong Un set diplomats, and his own White House staff, scrambling to react.

North Korea-U.S. talks: Why make the offer now, what does North Korea want in return?

USA TODAY

North Korea said it is open to talks with the U.S. about its nukes, a potential step toward resolving the standoff on the Korean Peninsula.

Trump's bold stroke on North Korea dissolves into confusion

POLITICO

The uncertainty surrounding the terms of the potential historic encounter between the U.S. president and Kim Jong Un mirrored earlier bold announcements from the Trump administration.

Trump announcement on talks with North Korea gets mixed reactions

CBC.ca / World

U.S. President Donald Trump says he is prepared to meet North Korea's Kim Jong-un, in what would be the first face-to-face encounter between leaders from the two countries. The governments of China and Russia, which joined years of…

Trump and North Korea talks: The political gamble of the 21st Century

BBC.com

Talking to North Korea could make heroes of the US and South Korean leaders, or be a catastrophic mistake.

The Biggest Danger of North Korea Talks

The Atlantic

Kim Jong Un is offering a deal at a price that could be way too high—and that the president could easily accept.

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