Summit questions

Jul 2, 2018 by

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It is unfortunate that President Trump’s pronouncement to end military exercises with South Korea was not included in the agreement he and the North Korean leader signed June 12. Steps to be taken by both countries toward denuclearization were not elaborated either. Eliminating warfare between adversaries is important. But couldn’t the $20 million spent on the photo op in Singapore be put to better use meeting human needs in North Korea, the U.S. and around the world? And if the U.S. is asking North Korea to denuclearize, shouldn’t all other nations, including the U.S., do the same?

Harold A. Penner
Akron, Pa.


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