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‘123 PER CENT’

It was a violation of the 1994 Budapest Memorandum. On December 5th 1994, the heads of USA, the Russian Federation and great Britain all met in Budapest, and agreed that, if Ukraine disarmed itself of its large nuclear arsenal, then its boundaries would be assured. 165 more words

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Tillerson at UN Security Council: 'North Korea must earn its way back to the table' -- 'China is helping. Russia is not helping'



AFP•December 15, 2017

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said North Korea must “earn its way back to the table” (AFP Photo/EDUARDO MUNOZ ALVAREZ) 1,480 more words

China, South Korea Leaders Reset Bilateral Ties

Both countries agree they won’t tolerate war on the Korean Peninsula

South Korean President Moon Jae-In and Xi Jinping, China’s president, during a signing ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Thursday.  711 more words

White House Corrects Tillerson on Whether U.S. Will Talk to North Korea -- The White House distanced itself from Tillerson's overture




The New York Times
DEC. 13, 2017

Speaking to the Atlantic Council on Tuesday, Secretary of State Rex W. Tillerson said, “We’re ready to talk anytime North Korea would like to talk, and we’re ready to have the first meeting without precondition.”  Credit Jonathan Ernst/Reuters… 689 more words

Russia welcomes US pledge to drop preconditions on North Korea talks

Moscow has called US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s comments “constructive.” US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had appeared to reverse US North Korea policy. 484 more words

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Rex Tillerson Opens The Door For U.S. Talks With North Korea Without Preconditions

The first year of Donald Trump’s presidency has been marked with brief spurts where it appears the U.S. is closer than it’s been since World War II to… 263 more words

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South Korea, U.S. and China Unite to Give Talks With North Korea Another Chance

South Korea’s Moon visits Beijing in effort to repair ties with China

Chinese President Xi Jinping (left) and South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Photo: AP… 983 more words