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Draft party document slams Trump administration for weakening American alliances
The U.S. deputy secretary of state also called for the U.S. and South Korea to “rejuvenate” their alliance
No government-level "signal" from North Korea regarding inter-Korean COVID-19 quarantine cooperation, Chung says
The Rodong Sinmun's foreign news section has become much shorter and much more random in recent months
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper says he hopes to visit China to discuss sanctions enforcement by the end of 2020
Absence of an inter-Korean CMC agenda item suggests that Pyongyang is giving anti-South Korea plans a deep freeze
Pyongyang has frequently complained that Seoul’s satellite developments violate agreements and threaten peace
North Korea has been condemning joint drills as part of U.S. "hostile policy" against Pyongyang
If Trump doesn't get reelected, there's a good chance history will see summits as a waste of time for years to come
Lee In-young says South Korea should pursue humanitarian work and tourism with the DPRK independently of the U.S.
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