Jacob Fromer is NK News‘s Washington DC correspondent. He previously worked in the U.S. Senate.
Top envoy to DPRK says his promotion to Deputy Secretary of State will bring "higher stature" to the issue
Agency in charge of recovering POW remains still "open" to sitting down with DPRK in 2020
The U.S. Special Representative for North Korea was nominated for the State Department's number-two position last month
U.S. President's tweet follows Pentagon announcement that upcoming joint military drills with South Korea are postponed
Campaign statement comes after North Korean state media referred to former U.S. Vice President as a "rabid dog"
Kim Yong Chol says he wants to believe U.S. defense chief Esper will follow through and cancel military drills with ROK
Statement from DPRK nuclear negotiator Kim Myong Gil rejects peace document, liaison office as bargaining chips
State Affairs Commission spokesman warns that "countermeasures" to joint exercises could soon be taken
Minister's first official visit to U.S. comes amid tensions between Washington, Seoul, and Pyongyang
In response, DPRK "categorically rejects" the IAEA report and accuses the organization of bias
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