The symbolism is strong, because American presidents who have visited the DMZ before Trump have never done so in a spirit of reconciliation.
The act was widely symbolic and must be taken with a grain of salt.
[T]he U.S. president is upgrading the status of the dictator without the latter having had to scrap a single nuclear missile for it.
[D]iplomacy is not about personal friendship. The point is to find a solution to the problem of denuclearizing North Korea.
As Pyongyang tries to exclude Seoul, it's time to strengthen cooperation with US.
It was not very long ago that Donald Trump was calling North Korean leader Kim Jong Un “Little Rocket Man” and threatening to rain “fire and fury” down on North Korea. In response, Kim called Trump a “dotard” and promised an equally fiery attack on the United States.
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The big show in the border zone clearly will not bring peace or a North Korea that is free of nuclear weapons.
The president has no strategy.