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It was unclear if U.S. failure to sign the letter was a sign of disorganization and the lack of a clear China policy -- or a wavering over human rights.
The Trump administration is waiting for “positive action” from Pyongyang.
China said North Korea could suspend its nuclear program in return for an end to U.S.-South Korean military exercises.
China-U.S. ties and South Korean businesses could both take a hit.
North Korea’s missile tests, to China’s annoyance, justify South Korea’s military ties to the United States.
China’s military spending will officially rise about 7 percent this year, the slowest pace since 2010. But within the Chinese establishment there are also calls for a more aggressive approach.
The Philippine war on drugs is a disaster for the very young. A new bill could make it worse.
A promise to issue restraining orders has fallen short.
After a long silence, the Catholic Church has joined the chorus criticizing Duterte’s war on drugs, calling it a “reign of terror.”
The Ford F-150 export begins amid speculation about President Trump’s trade policy and potential new tariffs.