As North Korea ups its military rhetoric, the West has responded with restraint. The US has postponed an unrelated rocket launch from a military base and British Foreign Secretary William Hague has called for calm.
After the recent Singapore summit between North Korea and the US, Russian President Putin has issued an invitation to Kim Jong Un. A senior official met with Putin hours before the World Cup opening ceremony.
After a 65-year freeze between their countries, North Korea's Kim Jong Un and the US's Donald Trump have agreed to be reasonable with each other. Of course, DW's Frank Sieren writes, China played an important role.
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have ended a summit in Singapore with a joint declaration committing Pyongyang to denuclearization. But how substantive is this pledge?
How North Korea went from threatening the US with nuclear war to seeking diplomatic talks with President Donald Trump.
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