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South Korea Tries To Nudge U.S., Pyongyang Back Onto Path Toward Peace

WorldNews Tuesday, 12 March 2019
South Korea Tries To Nudge U.S., Pyongyang Back Onto Path Toward PeaceOne of the most indelible scenes from the April inter-Korean summit was that of South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un conversing while taking a leisurely stroll atop the cerulean blue footbridge in Panmunjom, Former CIA analyst Soo Kim wrote in The Hill. On New Year’s Day, Kim Jong Un, sedentary in his capacious sienna leather armchair, warned that Pyongyang may be compelled to seek a new path (way) to defend its sovereignty and supreme interests should Washington fail to honor its promises, Soo Kim wrote. President Donald Trump, too, invoked this perambulatory imagery at the Vietnam summit, repeating several times during his post-meeting press conference that he...
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