Tag Archives: North Korea

10 Questions Regarding the Trump-Kim Summit That You Probably Have

It’s been over a week since Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un met in Singapore, so we ask some very simple questions that you have. Or at least we assumed that you did anyway.

 

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Issue #3: The Nuclear North

Why is North Korea so insistent on creating a ballistic nuclear weapon?

 

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Why International Sanctions Are So Ineffective Against North Korea

The US’ problem with North Korea is that the usual strategy of heavy sanctions isn’t working in this case.

 

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Two Major Reasons Why America and North Korea Are (Probably) Not Going to War

While it’s understandable why so many people are concerned over nuclear action from North Korea, in reality, neither North Korea or the US would achieve what they want by going to war.

 

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Four Points to Know About the Recent Sanctions Bill

The important aspects of the new sanctions bill that President Trump signed into law yesterday.

 

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