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President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America, shaking hands with Kim Jong-Un the Leader of North Korea.

President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America, shaking hands with Kim Jong-Un the Leader of North Korea.

Colton Reas

President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America, shaking hands with Kim Jong-Un the Leader of North Korea.

Colton Reas

Colton Reas

President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America, shaking hands with Kim Jong-Un the Leader of North Korea.

Colton Reas and Jesse Williams

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Once again the esteemed leaders of the United States and North Korea have met again. These two leaders have come together in hopes of a revision in the North Korean nuclear policy, and the United States trade policies with the communist country.

Their most recent meeting was held in the beautiful city of Hanoi, Vietnam. The meeting was supposed to be the actual move forward that the two nations did not get in their first meeting that was held in Singapore. That vision was not to come to fruition in this meeting either. Once again the two leaders bantered back and forth, one giving a plan of action only for the other to reject the idea. Both sides of this meeting left at the end frustrated and in need of time to think.

These two meetings that were held in Vietnam and in Singapore could be viewed in two different lights. One shows that the progress of the meetings are useless and will lead to nowhere. The other shows that there has already been progress being made in just the two nations meeting at all.

In the two meetings, the goal has been for the United States to back off on some of the restrictions put on North Korea that hurts the economy. Then the goal set forth to North Korea is to work towards actual de-nuclearization of the nation and to sign a peace treaty with the nation of South Korea. These two goals have so far not been met in either of these two meetings and many people think this will still not be met in the future ones.

On the other hand, just these two meetings alone show progress being made in the relations between the two nations already growing. During the first year of the Trump administration, the only words exchanged between the two leaders were those of threats. Now both nations are active, though slowly, working towards goals that will better the relationship between the country and may end in peace between the United States and North Korea.

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Colton Jay Reas is the full name of this student at Mansfield Christian School. He is a very hard working man who tries to do his best at everything. He...

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