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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Kim Jong-Un/Trump Summit 2.0: Hold the Cheers
by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)
Both leaders will meet in Hanoi, Vietnam on Wednesday and Thursday (Feb. 27 and 28).
Over eight months after last June's summit, all the DPRK has to show for it is empty US promises – as expected, nothing concrete achieved.
Weeks ahead of last year's Kim/Trump summit I said if past is prologue, there's little to be encouraged about.
Throughout the post-WW II period, Washington has been militantly hostile toward North Korea – for its sovereign independence and ties to China, not for any threat it poses
The DPRK seeks normalized relations with the West and all other countries. It's at peace with its neighbors, never having attacked another country preemptively, what the US does repeatedly.
Earlier talks with Pyongyang failed. Promises the US made were broken, this time proving no different so far.
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