President Donald Trump sets the date and venue for his historic summit with North Korea's Kim Jong-un. Is peace a real possibility? DW's Brent Goff talks to Korea expert Aidan Foster Carter and DW Washington correspondent Clare Richardson.
During a visit to China, Kim Jong Un told Xi Jinping that he was committed to holding a second summit with Donald Trump. The United States and North Korea have been in talks to set up a second Kim-Trump meeting.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping for the fourth time in less than a year. The visit to Beijing comes as denuclearization talks with the US have stalled.
In a rare letter to Seoul, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has said he wants more meetings next year with South Korean President Moon Jae-in. The aim is "to solve the issue of denuclearizing the peninsula."
In his New Year's Day speech, the North Korean dictator warned the US not to demand unilateral action. Otherwise, Pyongyang will seek a "new path."
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