The North Korean leader’s big curtain-raiser for 2019 comes after a couple of very tumultuous years.
Kim Jong Un sends a letter to Moon Jae-in calling for more peace discussions between the leaders following their active engagement in 2018.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in says that to defuse crises and prevent accidental clashes, the Koreas have agreed to establish a committee to evaluate how to reduce tensions and maintain communication.
The North Korean leader and the South Korean president arrive in Pyongyang, where they are expected to have talks over lunch.
In a tightly controlled event, about 200 South Koreans and their family members cross into North Korea for three days of meetings with their northern relatives.
In opinion coverage of the Trump-Kim meeting, the people with the most to lose and gain from it were almost uniformly ignored.
After his historic Singapore meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the president sustains a barrage of criticism that he gave away too much to his adversary and gained nothing.
The president makes a bold and questionable claim following his summit with leader Kim Jong Un, which produced few guarantees on how and when Pyongyang would disarm.
The media have assumed that North Korea cannot live without nuclear weapons—but have failed to make any effort to understand Kim Jong Un's strategy.