Tag: DPRK

Wang Yi Expresses China’s Desire For Increased Cooperation With Multiple Global Partners

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi has spoken at a lengthy press conference during the Two Sessions. Speaking for around two hours, Wang outlined China’s goals to enhance cooperation with multiple partners in a spirit that combines issue-by-issue problem solving with the material benefits of Belt and Road […]

Seoul is Correct in Calling For 3-Way Talks Between The DPRK, USA and South Korea

South Korea’s Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha has proposed holding trilateral peace talks with the DPRK and USA in order to foster continued progress in the Korean peace process and to likewise avoid the possibility of stagnation after the recent DPRK-US Summit in Hanoi concluded without any concrete agreements being made. […]

Kim Jong-un And Donald Trump Have Displayed The Utmost Professionalism And Political Maturity

Watching the cordial yet serious – friendly yet professional interaction between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un in Hanoi, one could be forgiven for neglecting to remember that less than two years ago, both leaders were hurling insults at each other whilst threatening nuclear war. That all changed last year when […]

The Events in Venezuela Will Have no Impact on The Hanoi Summit Between Kim Jong-un And Donald Trump

In 1950, when war broke out in Korea, China played a decisive role in assuring that the government in Pyongyang would ultimately survive the war, even if DPRK’s (North Korea’s) capital itself was physically destroyed by US lead UN forces. In spite of China having barely recovered from its own […]

The Korean War Might Soon be Over

While hostilities between the two Korean states and their allies tended to cease after the Armistice of 1953, the Korean War/Fatherland Liberation War continues to rage on paper and its effects whilst not often deadly, have led to the all too painful development of a divided and mutually hostile Korean […]