Kim Jong Un invites President Trump to meet

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    三胖长高了好几寸,是咋回事?
     
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    各取所需 :jiayou: get over it buddy. lets make some money...
    中文翻译可能体现不到, 但是从英文的字里行间,我感觉川谱在整个过程里是站上风的...但是三胖也得到了他要的.
    目前结果双方都是满意的.
     
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    朝美领导人签署联合声明 确定半岛无核和平目标
    2018-06-12 20:07:31 来源: 新华网

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      6月12日,朝鲜最高领导人金正恩(中左)与美国总统特朗普(中右)在新加坡签署联合声明。新华社发(新加坡通讯及新闻部供图)

      新华社新加坡6月12日电(记者耿学鹏 陈瑶)12日下午,在新加坡圣淘沙岛上的嘉佩乐酒店,朝鲜国务委员会委员长金正恩和美国总统特朗普微笑着交换签字文件,在闪光灯下再次握手。

      金正恩和特朗普当天在这里举行朝美在任领导人历史上首次会晤,并签署了一份联合声明。

      根据特朗普在签字现场向媒体展示的联合声明文件,朝美将努力“建立新的朝美关系”,以及“构建朝鲜半岛持久稳定和平机制”。特朗普承诺为朝鲜提供安全保障,金正恩重申对“朝鲜半岛完全无核化”的承诺。为推进落实会晤成果,朝美将举行高级别政府代表团谈判。

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      6月12日,朝鲜最高领导人金正恩(左)与美国总统特朗普在新加坡签署联合声明。新华社发(新加坡通讯及新闻部供图)

      金正恩在签字仪式上说,通过此次会面,双方将抛弃过去,迎来“新起点”。特朗普指出,联合声明内容“非常广泛”,美朝关系将进入与过去截然不同的局面。

      特朗普在当天晚些时候举行的记者会上说,将推动尽快启动半岛无核化进程,但无核化将是长期过程,美方在半岛核问题解决前将继续保持对朝制裁。他还说,期待美朝建交,但目前还为时尚早。

      中国国务委员兼外交部长王毅12日表示,朝美相互对立甚至敌对半个多世纪,两国领导人能坐在一起、平等对话,本身就有重大和积极意义。希望双方领导人就推进和实现半岛无核化、推进并建立半岛和平机制达成基本共识,迈出实质性步伐。

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      6月12日,朝鲜最高领导人金正恩(左)与美国总统特朗普在新加坡签署联合声明后离开。新华社发(新加坡通讯及新闻部供图)

      在寻求安全稳定、合作共赢的时代趋势下,朝鲜半岛今年年初起出现对话缓和势头。这次会晤之前,中朝、朝韩、韩美领导人分别举行了双边会晤,共同推动半岛迎来走向无核、和平、繁荣新时期的历史性机遇。
     
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    外交部就朝美领导人会晤发表声明
    2018-06-12 19:03:48 来源: 新华网

      新华社北京6月12日电 外交部12日就朝美领导人会晤发表声明,对会晤取得的成果表示欢迎和支持。声明全文如下:

      朝美领导人会晤顺利举行并取得了积极成果。这是推动朝鲜半岛无核化和政治解决进程取得的重要进展。我们对朝美两国领导人作出的政治决断表示高度赞赏,对会晤取得的成果表示欢迎和支持,对有关各方为推动会晤取得成功所作努力予以积极评价。

      实现半岛无核化,结束持续六十多年的敌视与对立,谋求半岛和地区的持久和平与繁荣,符合时代发展潮流,也是国际社会的普遍呼声。此次朝美领导人会晤及其取得的成果,是向着上述目标迈出的正确而重要的步伐。

      中方坚持实现半岛无核化,坚持维护半岛和平与稳定,坚持通过对话协商解决问题,为此作出了不懈努力。一段时间以来,半岛形势出现的重大积极变化,特别是朝美领导人会晤取得的成果,符合中方期待。我们希望并支持朝美双方落实好两国领导人达成的共识,推进后续协商,进一步巩固和扩大成果,使政治解决半岛问题成为可持续、不可逆的进程。

      中方作为半岛近邻和重要一方,愿同有关各方一道,继续致力于实现半岛无核化和建立半岛和平机制。
     
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    我在上面贴了这幅照片,没有人注意到。

    这是啥东西?

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    Shep Smith: Trump gave Kim everything he wanted, and got nothing in return
    By Avery Anapol - 06/12/18 04:14 PM EDT 609


    Fox News host Shepard Smith tore into President Trump over the North Korea summit on Tuesday, saying the president gave Kim Jong Un everything he wanted, without getting anything in return.

    Smith lamented that the agreement signed by Trump and Kim at the historic summit did not contain language guaranteeing “complete, verifiable, irreversible” denuclearization by North Korea.

    “America demanded complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearization … there's no guarantee of that, not even words to that effect,” Smith said.

    The agreement, signed by the two leaders in Singapore Tuesday, commits the U.S. to provide unspecified “security guarantees” for North Korea, in exchange for a denuclearized peninsula. But it does not provide details.

    Trump also said Tuesday that the U.S. and South Korea would halt some of their joint military exercises, reportedly without consulting South Korea.

    Smith, who has not shied away from criticizing Trump, said that the meeting was largely advantageous to Kim.

    “He wanted the photos, the seat at the table, he wanted the legitimacy that came with the event, the handshake with America’s president,” he said. “Kim Jong Un got it all, for actually doing nothing.”

    Smith also listed human rights abuses in North Korea, which were apparently not discussed in Tuesday’s talks.

    “A regime that tortures and murders its own citizens, imprisons children for the actions of parents and grandparents, and a leader who has committed crimes against humanity,” Smith said.

    Smith, 54, was named Fox News chief anchor and managing editor of its breaking news division in 2013.

    His contract was renewed in March 2018. Smith has been with the network since its inception in 1996.
     
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    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-06-...challenges-and-opportunities-for-asia/9862214

    China is a clear winner from the Singapore summit with Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un
    By North Asia correspondent Matthew Carney
    Updated about an hour agoTue 12 Jun 2018, 8:30pm

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    US President Donald Trump called the declaration signed at end of the summit with Kim Jong-un "comprehensive" but it only contained four generalised main points and was very light on detail.

    It was more of a statement of intent on denuclearisation, and a commitment to a "lasting and stable peace" with unspecified "security guarantees" to the North Korean leader.

    In a press conference at the end of the summit, Mr Trump seemed convinced that "it would be complete denuclearisation and would be verified as soon as possible," and that his deal is very different to any other.

    He asserted "it was a bold step to a bright new future" and "only the most courageous can make peace".

    Surely the sentiment was there, but it didn't answer many of the concerns or provide the substance of how denuclearisation, stability and peace might be achieved for the region.

    At this early stage China is a clear winner.

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    For the last year the middle kingdom has been calling for "a suspension for a suspension" and in one of the few concrete measures that's exactly what Mr Trump conceded.

    He said all joint US and South Korean war games would cease, to match a freeze of North Korean nuclear and missile tests.

    It's a signal to China that their demands are being met and raises hopes that China's strategic interests can further be served.

    In the coming rounds of meetings and negotiations China will push for at the very least a 'redefinition' of the 28,000 US troops in South Korea to 'peacekeepers'.

    Mr Trump himself said he eventually wants the troops to come home.

    This is a golden opportunity for China to consolidate its ambitions of dominance in Asia.

    The American troop presence in South Korea — with their massive bases — are the biggest projection of US power into the region. With a dilution of that China stands to gain.

    It could represent the first opening for China that sees itself surrounded by US bases in South Korea, Japan, Guam and Philippines.

    China's relationship with North Korea, regardless of what is to happen between the US and North Korea, has been repaired.

    So for Mr Trump to return to 'maximum pressure' with sanctions will prove very difficult.

    China provides 90 per cent of trade to North Korea and sanctions have only really worked because China turned the screws over the last year on coal, iron-ore, seafood and North Korean labour.

    China is already lining up to take advantage of any opening up of North Korea and it is well positioned to do so.

    Already three massive industrial/free trade zone areas exist on its border with North Korea and large infrastructure projects like new bridges are ready to go.

    China wants to take advantage of the North Korean labour, which will be among the cheapest in the world.

    It also want to use deeper economic ties to boost the sluggish economic growth in its north eastern provinces.

    So it was no surprise that China's Foreign Ministry called for sanctions to be eased soon after the signing to the joint declaration in Singapore.

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    South Korea probably has the most to lose and most to gain out of a peace treaty and denuclearisation.

    For 65 years South Koreans have lived with the ever present threat from the North and an estimated 8,000 artillery pieces pointed at its capital Seoul.

    South Korean President Moon Jae-in, the son of North Korean refugees, has staked his presidency on bringing peace to the Peninsula.

    After the summit he congratulated Mr Trump and Mr Kim, calling it "an historic event that will end the last remaining conflict of the Cold War and write a new history of peace and cooperation on the Korean Peninsula".

    While there is great optimism in South Korea, many are still haunted by the ghosts of failed peace talks that are light on detail and concrete commitment.

    What's more, as Mr Trump reiterated, South Korea will have to pay for its peace and reconstruction of the North and that's a massive bill in order of perhaps a trillion dollars, that many are wary of paying.

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    And last but not least is Japan, which has felt sidelined by the whole process.

    Japan has faced the stark reality of having North Korean missiles being lobbed over their territory in the past year.

    Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's last minute dash to Washington to see Mr Trump last week was an attempt to make sure Japan's interest could be heard.

    While it is feasible that Mr Kim might give up his ICBM's (Inter Continental Ballistic Missiles) that could hit American cities if economic concessions follow, giving up the medium or short term missiles in Japan's range might not be so easy to put on the agenda.

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    Mr Kim may not be so ready to give up that regional strategic advantage.

    Also the Japanese fear the fate of their citizens kidnapped by North Korea — a hugely emotional issue — could be lost in negotiations to come.

    Japan, China and South Korea all value the new direction set by the Trump-Kim summit but the different and sometimes competing needs and strategies of each country could present potential stumbling blocks in the coming months and years as they have done in past negotiations.
     
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    站在洋人堆里,金胖也就不显得那么胖了。
     
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