Kim Jong Un invites President Trump to meet

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    The leader of the world's most repressive regime — who reportedly delights in ordering his political enemies in North Korea blown to smithereens with anti-aircraft guns or ripped apart by starving dogs — stepped out of his limousine on Singapore's Sentosa Island Tuesday morning to receive the priceless gift of a face-to-face meeting with the putative leader of the free world.

    At that moment, Kim Jong-un notched the diplomatic coup that had eluded him, his father and his grandfather for decades: In front of the world, the despot was treated as an equal by the president of the United States.

    That had been expected. Donald Trump's hasty agreement in March to meet with Kim before negotiating what they'd even talk about seemed to guarantee that the ceremony of the occasion would supersede its substance. So the ceremony had to be good — and it was.

    But no one expected that Trump would or should give Kim more than that. Even when Trump dialed down expectations for the meeting, saying he'd set it up as a "meet and greet plus," the "plus" could still have been as little as a promise to continue moving the relationship forward, and signaling the intention to meet again.

    Instead, Trump made significant concessions to Kim. He promised to end joint military exercises with South Korea, which have been an irritant to North Korea for decades, and Trump even speculated about pulling all U.S. troops from the peninsula. "I want to get our soldiers out," Trump said. Point for Kim.


    Making the first move

    Trump called the military exercises "war games." By ending them, he said, "we will be saving a tremendous amount of money, plus I think it's very provocative."

    Calling the exercises "provocative" endorses the North Korean view of them at the expense of the traditional South Korean-U.S. view, which is that they are normal and necessary for the readiness of their defences. Another point for Kim.

    Most important is that Trump got nothing in return for that concession. He flipped what was thought to be the U.S. strategy — the hard line that the U.S. would refuse even an "action-for-action" negotiation — and instead made the first move.

    South Korea had thought that "action-for-action" was a good strategy, that it would build trust through reciprocal concessions. But it clearly did not anticipate that the U.S. would go all the way to a unilateral concession.


    [​IMG]During their encounter, Trump referred to Kim as 'talented' and a 'great personality.' (Kevin Lim/The Straits Times/Getty Images)


    President Moon Jae-in's statement after Trump's announcement — that South Korea needed "to figure out" the president's intentions — strongly suggests he wasn't even consulted about what would happen. A point for Kim, as well as for others in the region, notably China, who will be happy to see some daylight in relations between the U.S. and South Korea.

    Kim also scored a series of reputational points. During his news conference, Trump described the dictator as "talented," "tough," a "great personality" and a "worthy negotiator."

    It was probably not the time for Trump to say that Kim is actually a macabre and murderous thug who terrorizes his own family, not to mention the people of his country. But still, "tough"? That's a word Trump considers the highest praise.

    Trump also got carried away imagining the brighter future he and Kim could build for North Korea. As usual, Trump saw it in real estate developer terms, and spoke of the hotels that might soon sprout across the skyline of the hermit kingdom once it broke into the sunlight. He stopped short of imagining them as Trump-branded hotels, but it still sounded uncomfortably like a Saturday Night Live sketch.

    Of course, Trump played all of it as a step toward the complete denuclearization of North Korea, because Kim had "reaffirmed" his commitment to that goal. But the word "reaffirmed" actually confirmed that Kim had offered nothing new on Sentosa Island — certainly nothing that he or his predecessors hadn't said to the world before.


    From 'Little Rocket Man' to 'worthy negotiator'

    Which is not to say that this time can't be different.

    Applying diplomacy to North Korea, like waking up in the morning, is better than the alternative. And when we remember how adolescent the Kim-Trump relationship seemed just a few months ago — with its "Little Rocket Man" and "dotard" insults, as well as the schoolyard taunts about who has the bigger nuclear button — the world is on a better track now than it was.

    Trump's conduct in the world is still worrisomely puzzling, though. In the space of a few days, he went from spurning America's most dependable allies at the G-7 (in an example of what one aide reportedly described as his "We're America, bitch!" doctrine) to awarding his best behaviour to a tyrant who's devoted his adult life to developing a nuclear weapon that could hit the White House.

    Numerous veterans of the State Department have fled rather than abet a foreign policy they consider amateurish. But on North Korea, none of those former diplomats can boast a record of success.

    It's possible that the world will look back on this meeting as the start of something meaningful in the rehabilitation of a dangerous rogue state. The concession to end "war games" is something that, as South Korea says, still needs to be figured out. But whatever it turns out to be, it won't be irreversible if things don't progress.

    Before handing out Nobel prizes, though, it's important to see what happened in the way that Kim likely sees it. He's just enjoyed the most unimaginable success on the international stage in the history of his country. It was made possible by the fact of his nuclear weapons, so their value to him has proved itself. Does that really sound like the precondition that would persuade him to give up those weapons in the foreseeable future?
     
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    美国总统川普与北韩领导人金正恩12日举行"川金会",但联合声明内容空洞,金正恩仅承诺朝鲜半岛完全无核化,川普就保证暂停美韩联合军演,遭美国媒体批评,"川普被金正恩耍了"。


    《纽约时报》评论指出,"川金会"联合声明仅"重申"自1992年以来,北韩一再提出的半岛无核化承诺,也未像川普先前批评的伊朗核协议,忽视飞弹、区域角色和人权等问题,北韩无核化既没有时间表,也没有放弃核武的相关细节。川普还做出重大让步,暂停美韩联合军演,并对北韩的安全做出保证。

    文章提到,金正恩无疑是这次峰会的最大赢家,证明他是能力超强的谈判高手,做到他父亲和祖父无法办到的事,能与世界强权、美国总统平起平坐。而且有鑑于美国已经对北韩释出善意,其他国家势必也会放松对北韩的制裁。

    "美国总统变成北韩独裁者的发言人,真是令人叹为观止。"《纽约时报》说,川普虽然对自己的谈判能力极具自信,但事实上局面仍未改变,北韩依旧靠着威胁毁灭世界的能力生存,金正恩也未放弃这一切。
     
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    以前美国总统不愿意释放善意,死结。
    现在川普解开了这个结。
     
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    棋逢对手。。。两个都是什么戏都敢演的人。
    金正恩牛X牛大发了。。不仅从恶魔摇身一变成为国际瞩目的领导人,还是一线的 。:monster: 中、美、韩都抢着给他背书。
     
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    川普赞扬他热爱人民,有点恶心:D
     
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    特朗普称美国不再面临来自朝鲜的“核威胁”
    2018-06-14 04:55:21 来源: 新华网

      新华社华盛顿6月13日电(记者朱东阳 刘晨)美国总统特朗普13日说,在他与朝鲜国务委员会委员长金正恩举行会晤后,美国不再面临来自朝鲜的“核威胁”。

      在新加坡与金正恩举行会晤后,特朗普13日早晨回到美国。特朗普在飞机降落后通过社交媒体表示,他与金正恩的会晤是“有趣而积极的经历”,朝鲜未来潜力巨大。“与我就任总统时相比,现在每个人都可以感觉安全多了。不再有来自朝鲜的核威胁。”

      他说,朝鲜不再是美国“最大和最危险的问题”。

      特朗普还表示,只要美朝双方在今后的谈判中“秉持诚意”,美国就可以因不再举行美韩军演而“省下一大笔钱”。

      特朗普与金正恩12日在新加坡举行会晤,并签署了联合声明。双方宣布,将努力建立新的朝美关系,构建朝鲜半岛持久稳定的和平机制。美方承诺向朝方提供安全保障,朝方重申对半岛完全无核化的承诺。为推进落实会晤成果,朝美将举行高级别谈判。

      特朗普在会晤后的记者会上曾表示,将暂停“具有挑衅性”且“耗资巨大”的美韩军演。
     
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    他俩的协议就是习近平的双暂停协议的具体实现。一切都在习近平的掌控之下。
     

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