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President lauds "great chemistry" with communist leader: "We're going to do tremendous things for both China and for the United States."
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"Whether the dialogue will reach an outcome before you have confrontation, I cannot say,” Lee says in Washington.
South Korean counterpart emphasizes that "faced with strong might of the ROK-U.S. forces," Kim "will be met with a proportional and firm response."
South Korean president sends message that "no one will benefit from militarized conflict in the peninsula."
This is what happens when you construct a pluralistic religion of your own making.
Guess which religion is the most represented.
Will people "accuse me — an Islamic scholar — of being an Islamophobe too?"
Religious freedom scholar says these people understand civility better than Americans.
“There is room for diplomacy, but time is running out,” says Albright, noting Kim is fast approaching his stated goal of building nuclear-tipped ICBMs.
Lagarde: "Is it of macro-critical dimension? I’m not sure that it is, but it is certainly a move in the right direction by the Chinese authorities.”
Japan's prime minister says at UN sidelines meeting that "dialogue for the sake of dialogue would not produce anything."