- Vietnam most likely to host second Trump-Kim summit, say observers The Straits Times
- Trump, Moon and a fight over money. A perfect storm in US-Korea ties South China Morning Post
- ‘Critical test’ for North Korea as civilian suffering remains rife, warns UN rights expert The Indian Express
- Xi Jinping 'highly likely' to visit North Korea in April The Straits Times
- 'The whole country is a prison': No sign of better rights in North Korea, says UN Channel NewsAsia
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Vietnam appears to be the most likely contender to host the anticipated second summit between United States President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and the South-east Asian nation is most willing to do so, said experts and the media.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
An isolationist US administration, a dovish South Korean one, and anger all round at who pays: rarely has the Washington-Seoul friendship seemed more shaky. For North Korea’s Kim Jong-un, seeking a BFF of his own, the stars have aligned
SEOUL - Chinese President Xi Jinping is highly likely to visit North Korea in April, followed by a visit to South Korea in May, the Korean Herald reported, citing South Korea's ruling party leader.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Despite more than a year of international engagement and promises of economic reform by North Korea's leaders, the human rights situation in the ...