Pyongyang has emphasized that it won’t tolerate the unilateral shifting of goal-posts beyond acceptable lines, while Trump has been caught between the positions of top diplomat Pompeo and John “Strike First” Bolton.
There is plenty of blame to go around if the Trump-Kim summit never happens. But one thing is clear: the barrage of criticism leveled exclusively at the North Koreans is unwarranted, and reminiscent of Cold War propaganda.
Virtually everyone in the US faults North Korea for threatening to cancel the Trump-Kim summit scheduled for June 12 in Singapore. No one, including the liberal media, bothers to address North Korea’s conditions for a successful summit or the reasons for its warning about a cancellation. Let’s review the matter with some objectivity. First, we