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Kim used his New Year’s Day speech to propose an inter-Korean dialogue and offer to send athletes and cheerleaders to the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Mr. Kim also sent his younger sister, Kim Yo-jong , to meet Mr. Moon and invite him to a summit meeting . American officials argued that their pressure campaign had forced Mr. Kim’s hand. Nikki R. Haley, the United States ambassador to the United Nations, said last month, “Sending cheerleaders to Pyeongchang was a sign of desperation, not national pride.” But Koh Yu-hwan, a professor of North Korean studies at Dongguk University in Seoul, said something else was at play: Kim Jong-un’s credible boast that he had a nuclear deterrent, giving him far more leverage with Washington and Seoul than his father ever possessed. “We see him increasingly self-confident about what he is doing,” Mr. Koh said.
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North and South Korean time zones get in sync Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. With one step, Kim Jong Un just made history 02:35 First, they embraced. Then South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong Un, last month planted a tree and talked alone before committing their countries to denuclearization and further talks to bring a formal end to their conflict. At the stroke of midnight in Seoul on Saturday (11 a.m. ET Friday), the goodwill continued, with North Korea adjusting its clocks 30 minutes forward to be in the same time zone as its southern neighbor. North Korean state news agency KCNA called the moment "the first practical step taken after the historic third north-south summit meeting to speed up the process for the north and the south to become one." The time change was ordered by decree of the Supreme People's Assembly, the news agency reported. What North Koreans think about the US now 02:49 Another sign of the rapprochement will come next week, when a team from the UN's International Civil Aviation Organization will travel to North Korea to discuss a proposal to start an air route between the Pyongyang and Incheon, South Korea, airspace regions, according to Anthony Philbin, the agency's communications chief. South Korean aviation officials are still weighing the proposal, which was requested by North Korea in February, Philbin said. ICAO Asia and Pacific Regional Director Arun Mishra will travel to North Korea with the director of the agency's air navigation bureau, Stephen Creamer, to open discussion on air navigation and safety issues.
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