The US v. North Korea

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
The US v. North Korea

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Two Kim Jong-Un/Trump summits achieved virtually nothing toward stepping back from the brink on the Korean peninsula toward regional peace, stability, and normalized bilateral relations.

Why is because Republicans and undemocratic Dems want all sovereign independent governments replaced by US-controlled puppet regimes, beholden to its interests.

When summits or other bilateral talks are held between Washington and ruling authorities of nations it doesn't control, one-sided unacceptable demands are made in return for hollow promises.

When made, they're breached time and again, North Korea experiencing US betrayal – once following a 1994 Agreed Framework.

The DPRK made major concessions, upholding them in vain, sold out after GW Bush called Pyongyang part of an axis of evil in his first State of the Union address, breaching what was agreed on.

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