Stories By 'The New York Times'
After a single meeting in Singapore, President Trump has rendered North Korea “no longer a nuclear threat.” However, North Korea still has as many as 60 nuclear weapons, scores of ballistic missiles, ICBM that can reach the US and untold number of facilities at unknown locations that are producing plutonium and enriched uranium. Mr. Trump says he is insisting on “complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearisation,” presumably meaning eliminating all of North Korea’s atomic weapons and production facilities.
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His confirmation as ambassador to Germany took a while, but when Richard Grenell arrived in Berlin in May he wasted no time riling up his new hosts.
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On Monday, a team led by the World Health Organization began inoculating people in the Democratic Republic of Congo against the Ebola virus with an experimental vaccine in an attempt to quell an outbreak of the disease that began in early May.
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President Donald Trump’s rejection of the Iran nuclear deal has unleashed a rare fury in Europe. Following his withdrawal from the Paris climate accords, his tariffs on imported steel, the move of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem, the rewriting of international trade agreements and all the other signs of disdain for the priorities of America’s traditional allies, many Europeans are furiously proclaiming the trans-Atlantic relationship dead.
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By reneging on the Iran nuclear deal, President Donald Trump has said, he will be able to get an even better deal, one that will also control Iran’s ballistic missiles and its regional influence. Sound familiar? It should.
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has long employed visual aids to drive home the dangers of Iran and the nuclear deal. So far, these theatrical displays have failed to stop the nuclear deal.
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