2019-06-30: Social Media Postees

Trump invites 'great' friend Kim to White House after historic DMZ visit
rt.com | 2019-06-30
After becoming the first sitting US president to set foot in North Korea, Donald Trump has extended an invitation to Kim Jong-un to visit the United States. | …

Nuclear Talks To Resume After Surprise Trump-Kim Meeting
telesurenglish.net | 2019-06-30
U.S. President Donald Trump became the first sitting U.S. president to set foot in North Korea Sunday when he met its leader Kim Jong Un in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between the two Koreas, where the two presidents agreed on resuming stalled nuclear talks. | RELATED: | Chinese President Makes Historical Visit to North Korea | The meeting was initiated by a s…

Persian Peril: Brinkmanship in the Post-INF Treaty Era
Michael Welch | globalresearch.ca | 2019-06-30
"By sending this signal of massive retaliation, I think Iran may have stopped an American attack on Natanz (nuclear facility) in July, because the United States now knows that any attack against Iran cannot be contained. It will not be …

Kim 'receptive' to idea of meeting at DMZ during South Korea trip — Trump
rt.com | 2019-06-29
Kim Jong-un has responded positively to an offer to meet at the border between South and North Korea, Donald Trump has claimed, contradicting reports that Pyongyang is still waiting for the US to extend an official invitation. | …

Trump to Kim: Let's Meet at the DMZ
Staff | truthdig.com | 2019-06-29
OSAKA, Japan–President Donald Trump issued a Twitter invitation Saturday to North Korea's Kim Jong Un to meet for a handshake at the demilitarized zone that separates the North and South, and expressed a willingness to cross the border for what would be a history-making photo opportunity. | The invitation, while long rumored in diplomatic circles, still came across as an impulsive display of showmanship by a president bent on obtaining a legacy-defining nuclear deal. North Korea responded by calling the offer a "very interesting su…

Iran: Talks With Remaining Nuclear Deal Signers Not Good Enough
telesurenglish.net | 2019-06-29
Iran's deputy foreign minister says progress was made between the remaining signatories of the nation's nuclear deal in Vienna talks Friday, but not enough to meet the demands of the Islamic Republic. | RELATED: | Protests in New Dehli Against US 'Imperialism' and Sanctions | "It was a step forward, but it is still not enough and did not meet Iran's expectations," Abbas Araqchi told reporters Friday after almost four hours of talks with senior diplomats from Britain, China, France…

JCPOA Talks Fall Short, US Middle East Military Buildup. Bolton Seeks Partners for War on Iran
Stephen Lendman | globalresearch.ca | 2019-06-29
JCPOA nuclear deal Joint Commission members include Iran, Britain, China, France, Germany and Russia. | On Friday, talks in Vienna involving officials of these countries fell short, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi saying the following at their conclusion: | "It was | …

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