Published: Fri, January 12, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

Putin Says NKorea's Kim 'Won This Match' on Nukes Over SKorea, US

Putin Says NKorea's Kim 'Won This Match' on Nukes Over SKorea, US

US President Donald Trump said on Thursday he "probably" has a very good relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a change in tone for Trump after exchanging insults with Kim over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs.

On December of 2016, he called Putin "very smart" and a few months later in an interview with Bill O'Reilly, Trump said "I do respect [Putin]". "I have relationships with people". "As tensions heat up, you get more and more people becoming alert and aware of what's going in the world", he said.

CNN quoted Trump as saying: "I don't want to comment on it".

"It would be a big help to make PyeongChang Olympics a peace Olympics and guarantee its success if you express your intention to delay the ROK-U.S. joint military drills during the period of PyeongChang Winter Olympics", the Blue House quoted Moon as having said during the call.

It would be a major departure from the Trump administration's past policy to engage in direct talks with North Korea's leader.

Trump has said North Korea won't be allowed to develop a nuclear missile capable of striking the United States, and has threatened war if economic sanctions and negotiations can't avert Kim's ambitions for such a weapon. In short, the situation with North Korea--and Trump's bombastic approach to it--has led to a boom in business for Jones.

But North Korea made no promises on its weapons programme at the talks, and lashed out when asked about denuclearisation by South Korean journalists, saying it was not up for discussion. "I just don't want to comment", adding that his attitude towards North Korea is intentional and part of a broader goal.

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Washington has made it clear that its most important goal is to stop North Korea being able to strike the U.S. mainland.

In her new book, North Korea: The Country We Love to Hate, political analyst Loretta Napoleoni described the isolated nation's ruling "juche" philosophy that values self-reliance and extreme nationalism "as a modern religion, similar to Scientology, a non-transcendental doctrine with a twist of absurdity and plenty of dogmas".

Kim Jong-Un and Donald Trump appear on a South Korean TV screen.

"Trump promised to make business better in the US and I don't know about other industries, but he's definitely doing wonders for the prepper industry", Jones said. In their eyes, the Pentagon is rehearsing elements of a coordinated military operation one step at a time.

38 North, which monitors the reclusive state, said recent satellite imagery of the Punggye-ri nuclear test site shows increased activity around the West Portal through December previous year.

North and South Korea held their first talks in two years on Tuesday. We are only 11 days into 2018, and Kim Jong Un is reportedly preparing another nuclear test.

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