War or Peace? Trump Accepts DPRK’s Invitation to Meet…Maybe?

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Interview with Christine Hong and Gregory Elich

Trump yesterday agreed to talks with Democratic People’s Republic of Korea leader Kim Jong-Un. This comes quickly after DPRK announced early    this week that they’re willing to freeze their nuclear program for talks with the US.

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RT Interview: The Future of U.S.-North Korean Relations Hinges on Washington’s Attitude

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It wasn’t North Korea but the US that first violated agreements in the past, analysts told RT. The US has maintained the posture of regime change in North Korea since the 50s, they said.

North Korea is willing to freeze its nuclear program if the US engages in talks, according to South Korean officials returned from a meeting with Kim Jong-un in Pyongyang.

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