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Korea Talks Ease War Fears In Washington, But For How Long?
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12 Jan 2018 03:57 AM EST

Recent talks between North and South Korea have seemingly eased fears of war between the two countries over Pyongyang's development of nuclear missiles. On the other side, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is showing zero signs of willingness to give in to U.S. demands to negotiate away a his weapons program, which could mean the love fest between the two Korea's could be short lived. On Tuesday Intra-Korean talks began for the first time in more than two years. As for President Trump, insiders report that the President remains pessimistic that those talks will lead to a resolution.

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