1. The US defense chief gave China's defense minister a 'gift' that called out Beijing over North Korea  Business Insider
  2. North Korea is sanctions-busting by exceeding oil import cap, U.S. tells UN in new report  CBS News
  3. U.S., allies accuse North Korea of violating U.N. cap on fuel imports  Reuters
  4. Why the US must conclude a proper treaty with North Korea | TheHill  The Hill
  5. The US and 26 other nations want to halt North Korea fuel imports  CNN
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"I gave him this beautiful book," Shanahan said after meeting the Chinese defense minister. "I said this is an area where you and I can cooperate.""I gave him this beautiful book," Shanahan said after meeting the Chinese defense minister. "I said this is an area where you and I can cooperate."

US defense chief Shanahan gives China photos of North Korea smuggling - Business Insider

The Hermit Kingdom is violating sanctions by importing more oil than is permitted by the United Nations, according to a report obtained by CBS NewsThe Hermit Kingdom is violating sanctions by importing more oil than is permitted by the United Nations, according to a report obtained by CBS News

North Korea is sanctions-busting by exceeding oil import cap, U.S. tells UN in new report - CBS News

“Took a public stance against the use of CIA informants to spy on North Korea's Kim Jong Un yesterday. Today, said he might accept dirt from another country on Democratic rivals and "maybe" would tell the FBI. How much louder do the warning sirens need to be?”

Colin Hanks on Twitter: "Took a public stance against the use of CIA informants to spy on North Korea's Kim Jong Un yesterday. Today, said he might accept dirt from another country on Democratic rivals and "maybe" would tell the FBI. How much louder do the warning sirens need to be?"

“Fascinating backstory. Trump gets asked abt report that Kim Jong Un's brother was a CIA source. Kim Jong Nam was assassinated in 2017 by North Korea. Trump responds by pledging to Kim that he won't let the CIA do that "under my auspices." cc @benjaminwittes @MaxBoot @ColinKahl https://t.co/UbGoWyYwX0”

Josh Marshall on Twitter: "Fascinating backstory. Trump gets asked abt report that Kim Jong Un's brother was a CIA source. Kim Jong Nam was assassinated in 2017 by North Korea. Trump responds by pledging to Kim that he won't let the CIA do that "under my auspices." cc @benjaminwittes @MaxBoot @ColinKahl… https://t.co/t0ylWfw43B"

“North Korea has roughly doubled its stockpile of nuclear warheads in a year, from 10-20 to 20-30, claims a Japanese study. And the very stable genius is happy, since he got a "beautiful letter" from Kim Jong-un. https://t.co/RN5GQwgNT9 #NorthKorea”

Mika Mäkeläinen on Twitter: "North Korea has roughly doubled its stockpile of nuclear warheads in a year, from 10-20 to 20-30, claims a Japanese study. And the very stable genius is happy, since he got a "beautiful letter" from Kim Jong-un. https://t.co/RN5GQwgNT9 #NorthKorea"

“Actions by @realDonaldTrump, such as getting chummy with Putin in #Russia and Kim Jong in #DPRK, "jeopardizes our security," says @JoeBiden.”

Steve Herman on Twitter: "Actions by @realDonaldTrump, such as getting chummy with Putin in #Russia and Kim Jong in #DPRK, "jeopardizes our security," says @JoeBiden."

While Kim Jong Un’s regime is permitted to import as much as 500,000 barrels of oil, the U.S. said Tuesday in a letter seen by Bloomberg News that the country has exceeded that amount through illicit ship-to-ship transfers. The U.S. and its allies requested that the committee, headed by German AmbassadorWhile Kim Jong Un’s regime is permitted to import as much as 500,000 barrels of oil, the U.S. said Tuesday in a letter seen by Bloomberg News that the country has exceeded that amount through illicit ship-to-ship transfers. The U.S. and its allies requested that the committee, headed by German Ambassador

North Korea Has Breached Oil Import Limit, U.S. Tells UN

There is no acceptable military solution to the Korean nuclear crisis, and refusal to ratify is an instant trust-buster.There is no acceptable military solution to the Korean nuclear crisis, and refusal to ratify is an instant trust-buster.

Why the US must conclude a proper treaty with North Korea | TheHill

There is no acceptable military solution to the Korean nuclear crisis, and refusal to ratify is an instant trust-buster.There is no acceptable military solution to the Korean nuclear crisis, and refusal to ratify is an instant trust-buster.

Why the US must conclude a proper treaty with North Korea | TheHill

The United States and dozens of allies have accused North Korea of breaching a U.N. sanctions cap on refined petroleum mainly through illicit transfers between ships at sea, according to a document seen by Reuters on Wednesday.The United States and dozens of allies have accused North Korea of breaching a U...

U.S., allies accuse North Korea of violating U.N. cap on fuel imports - Reuters

The United States is accusing North Korea of breaching a UN-imposed ceiling on fuel imports by carrying out dozens of ship-to-ship transfers this year, according to a report obtained by AFP on Wednesday. Backed by 25 countries including Japan, France and Germany, the United States asked a UN sanctionsThe United States is accusing North Korea of breaching a UN-imposed ceiling on fuel imports by carrying out dozens of ship-to-ship transfers this year, according to a report obtained by AFP on Wednesday. Backed by 25 countries including Japan, France and Germany, the United States asked a UN sanctions

US accuses North Korea of breaching UN fuel cap

Member states have been trying to improve ties with North Korea, as the possibility of military conflict with the US has subsided.Member states have been trying to improve ties with North Korea, as the possibility of military conflict with the US has subsided.

SEOUL: A year after the first US-North Korea summit, most people in countries with a stake in the process think relations between the old rivals ...SEOUL: A year after the first US-North Korea summit, most people in countries with a stake in the process think relations between the old rivals ...

A year after Singapore, little change seen in US-North Korea ties: Poll - CNA

For all its tough talk, the Trump administration’s maximum pressure policy was never maximum.For all its tough talk, the Trump administration’s maximum pressure policy was never maximum.

One Year After Singapore: Losing Ground on North Korean Denuclearization | The National Interest

The United States and 25 other countries are accusing North Korea of violating U.N. sanctions by importing far more than the annual limit of 500,000 barrels of refined petroleum products.The United States and 25 other countries are accusing North Korea of violating U.N. sanctions by importing far more than the annual limit of 500,000 barrels of refined petroleum products.

US and 25 nations accuse North Korea of violating sanctions | Inquirer News

Don't believe the Trump-haters when they trash the Singapore summit between America and North Korea, which we mark the first anniversary of todayDon't believe the Trump-haters when they trash the Singapore summit between America and North Korea, which we mark the first anniversary of today

Ignore the scorn, Trump has been proved right on North Korea | Spectator USA

Latest Singapore News and Headlines, Top Stories and Alternative Perspectives.North Korea demands US ends hostility one year on from Singapore

North Korea demands US ends hostility one year on from Singapore | The Independent Singapore

President of the Republic of Korea (ROK) Moon Jae-in expressed optimism on Monday that formal dialogue with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) will resume before long.

ROK's Moon optimistic on third Trump-Kim summit - CGTN