Don Oberdorfer

Chairman of the US-Korea Institute

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Chairman of the US-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins University; former diplomatic correspondent for the Washington Post

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For the second time in the past 50 years, the leaders of North and South Korea met today in Pyongyang.

Korean Leaders Meet in Historic Summit

For the second time in the past 50 years, the leaders of North and South Korea met today in Pyongyang.

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Three weeks after North Korea conducted its first atomic explosion, a diplomatic surprise today  announced by the US  and China.

North Korea Agrees to Rejoin Nuclear Talks

Three weeks after North Korea conducted its first atomic explosion, a diplomatic surprise today announced by the US and China.

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