Trump-Kim summit in Singapore
U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday played down the chances of a quick breakthrough in getting DPRK to abandon its nuclear arms as a delegation from Pyongyang headed to meet him, carrying a letter from DPRK leader Kim Jong Un which suggested a proposed summit may be back on.
Timeline of developments impacting the Korean Peninsula
This timeline shows key events in the Korean Peninsula from Trump's inauguration to now.
The Inter-Korean summit
The ROK President Moon Jae-in and the leader of the DPRK Kim Jong Un signed the "Panmunjom Declaration" on Friday and vowed to put an end to the Korean War. Despite a 65 year armistice, the two nations have technically been at war since 1950.
Bold pledges to pursue permanent peace, but a vague agreement on disarmament of the Korean Peninsula came out of the Inter-Korean Summit. The two Korean leaders said they would work with China and the U.S. this year to officially end the Korean War.
Inter-Korean summit works to ease tensions
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More about the Inter-Korean summit
Interactive map of summit locations
It's a historic summit between two countries technically at war. Leaders of the two Koreas will meet this week in the Demilitarized Zone, for the first inter-Korean summit in more than 10 years. But while there are signs of peace on the horizon, the DMZ is a painful reminder of past failures.