Even if a summit gives North Korea legitimacy it doesn’t deserve, talking is preferable to the disastrous alternative.
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The Kim regime will always be a greater danger to its own people than to Americans.
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As Donald Trump sizes up the Chinese president, he may be surprised by what he finds.
The president is right to do nothing publicly about North Korea.
Xi Jinping tries to charm the capitalist elite.
The island once had a seat on the UN Security Council. Now a simple phone call with its leader is international news.
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