China: “Hit the brakes.”
Tillerson to Kim: Let’s chat.
The more things change, the more they stay the same
Associated Press: Should we shoot down the missiles?
Nobody wants it, but we’re going to be ready anyway
Jill Stein blames “demonization.”
Still an unusual choice
So whose job is it, then?
Trump: “Severe” consequences coming for Pyongyang.
Double secret suspension?
Credit where creditor’s due?
“it has not taken serious steps to end its own complicity in trafficking, including forced laborers from North Korea.”
I won’t even bother asking what could possibly go wrong
“In the West, law, faith and morality are a three-legged stool.”
“I have learned the right to freely express oneself is sacred in America.”
Projection … or prediction?
Leading South Korean presidential candidate: “Would it happen this way in the United States?”
“With each successive detonation and missile test, North Korea pushes northeast Asia and the world closer to instability…”
“We believe this message is positive and should be affirmed.”
Haley: Next missile test could provoke US military response.
Feed a cold, starve a fevered dictator?
Just look at “actions taken in Syria and Afghanistan,” for instance.
The more you know.
“Pyongyang should avoid making mistakes at this time.”
Trump: China can take a deal or get cut out of the action.
101,300 gross tons of persuasion.
What’s Korean for “Oh Odin in Valhalla, no…”?
If you don’t, we will
“Less talk and more action”?
“Treat these rallies this week as you would the opening of a thoughtful movie with two female leads: don’t show up.”
“He’s going nuclear.”
“…installing a dictatorship in Venezuela.”