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The Jerusalem Pledge
New York Sun  |  October 9, 2017

It’s hard to put a positive spin on President Trump’s decision to hold off moving the American embassy to Jerusalem. He said over the weekend that the idea is to give the peace process he’s launched a chance. The President disclosed this to Governor Huckabee in a broadcast interview. That the question was raised is evidence of Mr. Huckabee’s ardent support for the Jewish state. Mr. Trump’s reply is maddening because it gets the Jerusalem dynamic backward.


Bernanke’s Cruel Hoax
New York Sun  |  August 31, 2012
Excerpt: “Now we are in an era of in which the malaise and befuddlement of the Carter years is being echoed under President Obama. The nature of the stagnation is slightly different. Consumer price inflation hasn’t hit — yet. But the sense of frustration and ...

UN Default on Korea Spells Trouble in Lebanon
New York Sun  |  July 15, 2010
Excerpt: UNITED NATIONS — Responding to combative provocations with meek diplomacy, the West is allowing North Korea and Iran to further arm themselves and their proxy armies, risking a much more serious military confrontation in the next rounds. Meeting the ...

U.S Shrugs At N. Korea Nuclear Move
New York Sun  |  September 25, 2008
Excerpt: WASHINGTON — North Korea's decision to reactivate a nuclear plant in Yongbyon that it shuttered earlier this year is meeting with little more than a shrug from the Bush administration, which is working desperately to secure the $700 billion it is ...

U.N.: N. Korea To Restart Reactor Within a Week
New York Sun  |  September 24, 2008
Excerpt: VIENNA, Austria — North Korea barred U.N. nuclear inspectors from its main nuclear reactor today and within a week plans to reactivate the plant that once provided the plutonium for its atomic test explosion, the chief U.N. nuclear inspector said. The ...

North Korean Leader Said To Be Recovering After Surgery
New York Sun  |  September 12, 2008
Excerpt: SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea's Kim Jong Il had brain surgery after a stroke last month and could have partial paralysis on one side, press reports said yesterday, after the South Korean government said the communist leader remained in control of ...

S. Korea: Kim Recovering from Apparent Stroke
New York Sun  |  September 10, 2008
Excerpt: SEOUL, South Korea — North Korean leader Kim Jong Il is believed to be recovering from an apparent stroke, South Korea's presidential office said today, as the communist nation rejected reports questioning Kim's health as a "conspiracy plot." ...

Succession Is Question For Pyongyang
New York Sun  |  September 10, 2008
Excerpt: WASHINGTON — The identity of the next leader of North Korea and the security of his hold on power are emerging as topics of intense speculation in defense ministries and intelligence headquarters around the world after reports suggesting that the ...

N. Korea To Stage Military Parade for National Day
New York Sun  |  September 9, 2008
Excerpt: SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea is preparing to stage a military parade today to mark the communist state's 60th anniversary, an official said. The planned show of might comes after South Korea said the North has begun restoring its nuclear ...

South Korea Confirms North Restoring Nuclear Facilities
New York Sun  |  September 3, 2008
Excerpt: SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea says it has confirmed that North Korea started work to restore its nuclear facilities. The Foreign Ministry said today that South Korea, America, and other members of the six-party group of countries are working ...