North and South Korea are to compete under a common flag at the upcoming Winter Olympics. But a military parade in Pyongyang on the eve of the Games is a reminder that the two countries haven't traded the saber for the olive branch quite yet.
The two Koreas have agreed to compete under one flag at the upcoming Asian Games. The agreement comes as part of a recent thaw in relations between the neighboring rival nations.
Donald Trump appears to have come good on his promise to North Korea's Kim Jong Un by calling off an upcoming military drill with Seoul. Trump had called for an end to the "expensive and provocative war games."
In the afterglow of the US-North Korea summit, Pyongyang's deplorable human rights record lurks in the shadows. Observers say that there can be no progress until the Kim regime accepts major humanitarian reforms.
In the wake of the US-North Korea summit, South Korean democrats are meeting to discuss the future of defense whereas conservatives are calling the outcome a one-sided victory for Pyongyang. Fabian Kretschmer reports.
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