Reposted from May 30: Putting aside the tweet by tweet drama, here are the articles that showed the ball moving:

The Koreas got the full-on treatment from President Donald Trump's reality TV show approach to leadership and diplomacy this past week. Hundreds, maybe thousands, of articles have emerged since Trump's decision last Thursday to cancel the June 12th summit with Kim Jong Un, which he almost as quickly began trying to resurrect. Beyond the tick-tock… Continue reading Reposted from May 30: Putting aside the tweet by tweet drama, here are the articles that showed the ball moving:

North Korea grabs the narrative for the first time, but it has always had the cards

Watching Twitter on Tuesday afternoon and evening U.S. time was definitely the most fun since the Korea Shock on March 8. For the first time since then, North Korea took control of the story. Until now, almost everything we've heard about from North Korea has been through the filter of someone else. South Korean officials,… Continue reading North Korea grabs the narrative for the first time, but it has always had the cards

Moon drives the hype higher by saying Kim will let the U.S. keep troops in South Korea. Seen that before too.

The New York Times website this morning is leading with Moon Jae-in's comments to Korean newspaper publishers that Kim Jong Un is willing to let the U.S. keep a military presence in South Korea, or let South Korea keep U.S. troops, however you want to look at it. The Times' Choe Sang-hun points out several… Continue reading Moon drives the hype higher by saying Kim will let the U.S. keep troops in South Korea. Seen that before too.