A Bulletin editorial, and more, on the Singapore Summit

By Janice Sinclaire, June 13, 2018

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Because the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has always favored diplomacy over military action, we support US President Donald Trump’s decision to engage with North Korean Chairman Kim Jong-un in Singapore. This initial step toward actual nuclear negotiations has calmed tensions between the US and North Korea and will hopefully be the start of a process leading to concrete and verifiable measures.Now, it’s time to deliver

Now, it’s time to deliver
A Bulletin editorial

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