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.
A train of the kind that Kim Jong Il used when he traveled to China left North Korea on Monday morning and arrived in Beijing around 3 p.m. This set off speculation that Kim Jong Un was making his first trip outside the country he took control of after his father's death in late 2011.… Continue reading So the Kim regime is doing something, after all.