Trump-Kim: Will There be a Third Summit? Selected Articles

6 March 2019 — Global Research

The Trump-Kim Summit: What Really Happened in Hanoi?

By Mike Whitney

Author Michael Haas disputes this account in an article at antiwar.com. Haas says there WAS a counter-offer that expanded Washington’s demands to include other weapons systems unrelated to the nuclear file. Read more…

North Korea: Achievements in Health and Education

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

What the US wants to impose on North Korea is the so-called “Vietnam Economic Model”. What this implies is that North Korea would embrace the free market, reform its economy under IMF-World  guidelines, open up to foreign investors and become a so-called “normal Asian country”. Read more…

The Trump – Kim Summit in Hanoi: Was Trump Forced to Walk?

By Peter Koenig

Trump demanded full denuclearization before he would even talk about lifting sanctions. The give-nothing and demand-everything approach obviously didn’t fly with Mr. Kim. Trump apparently didn’t even want to talk about a long overdue peace agreement – technically DPRK and the US have been at war for the last 70 years. Stalemate. Trump walked. No written statement. Nothing. Read more…

Did Bolton Blow North Korea?

By Rep. Ron Paul

Washington’s political class seemed terrified that the nearly 70 year state of “war” with North Korea might actually end. In the end the only positive thing they could say about the meeting was that Trump apparently walked away with nothing to show for it. Read more…

China Sees Some Light in the Failure of the Hanoi Summit

By Tom Clifford

The Hanoi talks were meant to trade some form of sanctions relief by the US for a freeze or dismantling of nuclear facilities in North Korea. This is broadly what China and Russia want and is the foundation stone of any potential deal. Read more…

Walkout in Hanoi: The Second Trump-Kim Summit

By Dr. Binoy Kampmark

At the end of January, Stephen Biegun, designated special representative for North Korea in the US State Department, suggested that Pyongyang had made a commitment in pre-summit talks to eliminate uranium and plutonium enrichment facilities for a price. Read more…

“Killer Diplomacy”: The Kim-Trump Summit in Hanoi, Sabotaged by Mike Pompeo?

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky

Prior to the Hanoi encounter, Trump intimated that if a moratorium on nuclear missile testing by the DPRK was reached, he would be satisfied.  And that this commitment would then lead to subsequent negotiations. Read more…

Kim Meets Trump in Hanoi. Failure of Second US-DPRK Summit

By Stephen Lendman

Two days of talks were cut short on Thursday with no resolution of major differences, no final statement as was issued after last June’s summit – the customary format whenever formal meetings between leaders are held. Read more…

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