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Reporter : Kim Jae-kyoung
Sat, September 23, 2023 | 14:17
Rogers calls on Kim Jong-un to follow Chinese model
SINGAPORE - Legendary investor Jim Rogers has called on North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to take a cue from China to open up his country's economy and engage with the international community. He believes there are a couple of models North Korea can follow, but China would be the best one to ensure its successful transition without major hiccups.
'Japan cannot compete with united Korea'
SINGAPORE - Following the historic summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, hopes are running high that unification will come sooner rather than later. Most countries are welcoming thawing relations between the two Koreas as they want peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula. For many, unification would be considered an ideal solution...
K-pop festival in Singapore
South Korean Ambassador to Singapore Ahn Young-jip, third from left, celebrates winners of the Singapore preliminary round of the K-Pop World Festival 2018 at Resorts World Sentosa in Singapore, Saturday. The winners will represent Singapore at the KBS K-Pop World Festival 2018 to be held Oct. 5 in Changwon, Korea. At the awards ceremony, Ahn said, “I am pleased the eve...
Korea should brace for a trade war-led recession
With the tit-for-tat trade dispute between the United States and China intensifying, there are growing fears that the world will slip into an economic recession.
Altering 'Korea Armistice' offers loophole for North Korea
U.S. President Donald Trump's move to alter the 1953 Korean armistice agreement could provide a loophole for North Korea to dodge sanctions, according to Tara O, an adjunct fellow at the Pacific Forum.
Pompeo urged to craft timeline in follow-up talks
Following the historic Singapore summit, U.S. President Donald Trump has been criticized for failing to secure details, such as including complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization (CVID) in the joint statement.
Pyongyang should allow IAEA to inspect nuke sites
SINGAPORE _ The historic summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has marked a meaningful step on the long road to peace on the Korean Peninsula.
'The ball is in North Korea's court'
Following the historic Singapore summit, many have raised questions about the outcome of the talks. They say the deal favors North Korea because it has few details on ensuring the path to the complete denuclearization of the reclusive regime.
Summit shines Singapore's strategic diplomacy
SINGAORE - Singapore is a tiny but strong nation.The strength comes from two elements - a sense of urgency and practical diplomacy.The city-state always tries to remain vigilant and prepare for the future while building friendly diplomatic ties with all possible countries. It is always heavily neutral in all political issues.
Trump-Kim summit: long on words, short on substance
SINGAPORE - It was full of warm words but ended in vagueness and vanity. U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un signed an epochal pact to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula in Singapore, Tuesday.
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