Whatever Dennis Rodman did, it worked, as North Korea wants to meet Donald Trump again to discuss the end of the war, and the start of a new future.
If you’re wondering what we’ll get from this Donald/Kim summit, I suggest we already got it – a handshake and a photo op.
Next week, Donald Trump will meet Kim Jong-un in Singapore. Fortunately, Dennis Rodman will be present to ensure that peace reigns. Yes, this is where we’re at.
Hugo Morthanigo reports from Singapore on the upcoming meeting between Trump and Kim and how the local authorities plan to dispose of the nuclear fallout.
A USB exchanged hands when South and North Korea met, on it was an ambitious plan for a unified Korea. Sadly, one moron is trying to undercut the moment with his presence. Guess who.
Well, fudge. It’s been a week of insanity, as Donald Trump was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, the emergency services hotline came down with a bout of the Telstras and one rad dude saved one rad dog.
The image of North Korea finally meeting the South at the bargaining table was a historic one. But within the frame, there are small, important details.
A fight with a spreadsheet, a big hole digging a bigger one and the pangs of sweet obligation coat the oesophagus of #AusPol this week. So, who won?
It was a week that brought us many horrible things. Headlined by the schadenfreude the bank commission enabled.
What a week. It seemingly was a positive one, with concessions earned and the international pulse lowered somewhat. Thanks, Kim.
You always look, I dunno…vibrant in the morning. Nice. Overnight, Australia once again stroked herself over gun control, Bitcoin took more of us and Kim Jong Un has a brazilian…passport.
As that old saying goes, absolute power corrupts absolutely. So let us be mindful in judging the follow dictators and their very odd personal quirks.
Michael Burrill’s Current Affairs wrap proves the old saying “Politicians everywhere but not a one I’d vote for”, with Vladimir Putin leading a field of many…
The Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong-un bromance could be key to peace in the Korean peninsula, and Sean Romero can already see the movie it will no doubt become.