June 20, 2021

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North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Signals Willingness to Resume Nuclear Talks

SEOUL— Kim Jong Un said his country will prepare for both diplomacy and confrontation with the U.S., the North

June 18, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

SEOUL— Kim Jong Un said his country will prepare for both diplomacy and confrontation with the U.S., the North

Kim Jong Un Says North Korea Faces Food Crisis Due to Flooding

SEOUL— Kim Jong Un said his country’s food situation is getting tense, an acknowledgment of the continuing challenges inside

June 16, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

SEOUL— Kim Jong Un said his country’s food situation is getting tense, an acknowledgment of the continuing challenges inside

Vladimir Putin’s Encounters With Joe Biden’s Predecessors

President Biden on Monday described Russia President Vladimir Putin as bright, tough and “a worthy adversary.” The two have met

June 15, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

President Biden on Monday described Russia President Vladimir Putin as bright, tough and “a worthy adversary.” The two have met

China Repackages Its History in Support of Xi’s National Vision

Modern lore has it that Mao Zedong’s eldest son, who was killed in a United Nations airstrike during the

June 15, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

Modern lore has it that Mao Zedong’s eldest son, who was killed in a United Nations airstrike during the

When Americans Took to the Streets Over Inflation

In the fall of 1966, a wave of protests swept the U.S., capturing the attention of Washington politicians, big business

June 11, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

In the fall of 1966, a wave of protests swept the U.S., capturing the attention of Washington politicians, big business

South Korea Can Now Build Missiles Able to Reach Beijing, With U.S. Blessing

SEOUL—For decades, the U.S. kept tight limits on how far and how potent South Korea’s ballistic missiles

June 11, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

SEOUL—For decades, the U.S. kept tight limits on how far and how potent South Korea’s ballistic missiles

Biden to Press NATO Over China Threat

BRUSSELS—During his meeting with NATO allies Monday, President Biden is expected to press the alliance to do more to

June 11, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

BRUSSELS—During his meeting with NATO allies Monday, President Biden is expected to press the alliance to do more to

‘Operation Pedestal’ Review: Mission to Malta

Naval battles are notoriously hard to describe. We cannot walk the battlefield, photograph bomb craters and trenches, or visit the

June 11, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

Naval battles are notoriously hard to describe. We cannot walk the battlefield, photograph bomb craters and trenches, or visit the

China Passes Law to Counter Foreign Sanctions

HONG KONG—China enacted a new law aimed at countering foreign sanctions, in response to U.S. and European efforts

June 10, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

HONG KONG—China enacted a new law aimed at countering foreign sanctions, in response to U.S. and European efforts

American Political Twitter Is a Sandbox Compared With India

Indians have a lot to argue over, but there’s one thing they seem to agree on these days: Twitter

June 10, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

Indians have a lot to argue over, but there’s one thing they seem to agree on these days: Twitter

Biden Administration to Outline Measures to Address Supply-Chain Issues

WASHINGTON—The Biden administration is expected to outline new measures Tuesday to address widespread supply-chain issues, with a

June 08, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

WASHINGTON—The Biden administration is expected to outline new measures Tuesday to address widespread supply-chain issues, with a

At J&J, Some 15.5 Billion Potential Cyberattacks Each Day

Covid-19 vaccines have transformed the global economy. The companies that produce them, meanwhile, already a big target for hackers, have

June 08, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

Covid-19 vaccines have transformed the global economy. The companies that produce them, meanwhile, already a big target for hackers, have

Tennessee Scientist Is First to Go on Trial on Charges He Hid Work in China

Until last year at the University of Tennessee, Anming Hu studied, among other things, how to join certain metals together

June 07, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

Until last year at the University of Tennessee, Anming Hu studied, among other things, how to join certain metals together

U.S. Retrieves Millions in Ransom Paid to Colonial Pipeline Hackers

WASHINGTON—U.S. law-enforcement officials said Monday they had recovered millions of dollars in digital currency paid to the hacke

June 07, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

WASHINGTON—U.S. law-enforcement officials said Monday they had recovered millions of dollars in digital currency paid to the hacke

Sowell: A Prophet Unheeded by Most Blacks

Thomas Sowell Photo: Barbara Kelley  While reading Jason Riley’s beautiful tribute to Thomas Sowell (“The Soul of

June 07, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

Thomas Sowell Photo: Barbara Kelley  While reading Jason Riley’s beautiful tribute to Thomas Sowell (“The Soul of

South Korea’s Military Is Shrinking—Some Say Women Must Answer the Call of Duty

SEOUL—To maintain a ready fighting force, South Korea has a mandatory military service that ranks among the world’s

June 03, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

SEOUL—To maintain a ready fighting force, South Korea has a mandatory military service that ranks among the world’s

A Realistic Monument to Heroism

The Korean War ended more than two decades before the messy conclusion of the war in Vietnam. And yet a

May 28, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

The Korean War ended more than two decades before the messy conclusion of the war in Vietnam. And yet a

The Soul of Black Conservatism

Economist Thomas Sowell has grown accustomed to a certain type of media query, usually from white interviewers. They want to

May 28, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

Economist Thomas Sowell has grown accustomed to a certain type of media query, usually from white interviewers. They want to

Steve Wynn May Face Justice Department Action for Role in China’s Push to Expel Businessman

WASHINGTON—The Justice Department has told casino mogul Steve Wynn to register as a lobbyist in connection with his 2017 efforts

May 26, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

WASHINGTON—The Justice Department has told casino mogul Steve Wynn to register as a lobbyist in connection with his 2017 efforts

Kim Jong Un Bets on Riverfront Property to Boost North Korea’s Economy

SEOUL—In North Korea’s capital, the prime riverfront property went untouched for decades. It was once a site for

May 25, 2021 By Wall Street Journal

SEOUL—In North Korea’s capital, the prime riverfront property went untouched for decades. It was once a site for