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Modern slavery most prevalent in North Korea
North Korea's economy shrinks 3.5 pct in 2017: BOK
Trump touts Russian cooperation on North Korea
US and South Korea agree that North Korea should dismantle its prison camps and release political prisoners.
Any chance of that happening?
Setting aside the validity of those claims, they aren't a national security threat to the USA or ROK.
validity of those claims? Right, because all the bad news about North Korea is all made up, and in reality its a land of snowflakes and gumballs where everyone is happy and sings...
North Korea's government is among the most tyrannical on Earth.
I bet they do
They can agree to do whatever, but at the end it should be decided by an agreement between the US and S. Korea. I
No, it should be entirely the decision of Koreans, not the USA.
The US was appointed to be there by the United Nations in command of all international forces against North Korea, and the war is still technically ongoing. The commander of U.S. Forces Korea is dual-hatted as the UN Commander. So no, it isn't up to the Koreans.
Kim Jong Un and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed to work toward the eventual withdrawal of U.S. troops from South Korea during their third summit in China, according to a Japanese press report.
Color me not surprised.
Not happening, Provoking James Mattis won't end well
Obviously... China keeps harassing its neighbors and knows full well that the US is preventing them from following their agenda fully.
Good. The US has no business in South Korea.
I think South Korea should be the one to make that decision
The Korean people, more specifically.
China has no business in the Korean Peninsula. Please China stay out.
Have you ever looked at a map? They share a border. The US is half a globe away
The US intended to stay half a globe away until East Asia paid us a visit at Pearl Harbor. The world is too small for isolationism anymore, especially when North Korea now has nuclear missiles that can hit anywhere in the US.
And read a book about Korean history. They're far more skeptical of China than they are of the US, as China used to dominate them for many centuries.