John Park

Harvard University

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John Park is an adjunct lecturer in public policy and director of the Korea Working Group at the Harvard Kennedy School

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President Trump today announced  new authority for economic sanctions  on North Korea and other nations that do business with that country.

Trump announces new sanctions on North Korea

President Trump today announced new authority for economic sanctions on North Korea and other nations that do business with that country.

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As other world leaders took their turns today, President Trump made  his first address  to the UN General Assembly.

'America first' on the world stage

As other world leaders took their turns today, President Trump made his first address to the UN General Assembly.

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