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Christopher R. Hill
By Christopher R. Hill - Sep 11,2019
DENVER — Having met with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un three times, all to great fanfare, US President Donald Trump may still believe that denuclearisation is under way in the Hermit Kingdom.
By Christopher R. Hill - Dec 30,2018
DENVER — No Middle East conflict is as complex as the one raging in Syria.
By Christopher R. Hill - Dec 05,2018
DENVER — US President Donald Trump blew off two multilateral summits in Asia this month.
By Christopher R. Hill - Sep 30,2018
DENVER — To watch the debate play out in America’s news media, it would seem that the opposite of “America First” is American interventionism: A chronic penchant for leaping, to no apparent end, into wars of choice and demonstrating America’s unrivaled military power.
By Christopher R. Hill - Aug 18,2018
DENVER — The Kremlin’s foreign policy increasingly seems to rest on the assumption that all countries are as corruptible as Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
By Christopher R. Hill - Aug 01,2018
DENVER — Donald Trump’s presidency reminds me of nothing so much as the wars in Yugoslavia in the 1990s. At the height of the violence, a Serb friend said to me that, “I do not like [Slobodan] Miloševie. I do not like his methods, his cruelty, his crudeness and his sadism.
By Christopher R. Hill - Jun 26,2018
DENVER — Back in 2005, when I was the United States’ lead negotiator at the six-party talks on North Korea’s nuclear programme, I looked at the instructions I received for my first meeting, a Chinese-hosted banquet that included a North Korean delegation.
By Christopher R. Hill - May 24,2018
DENVER — Just days ago, the planned summit in Singapore between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un seemed to be hanging by a thread.
By Christopher R. Hill - Mar 31,2018
DENVER — US President Donald Trump’s recent Cabinet shakeup, with former CIA director Mike Pompeo replacing Rex Tillerson as secretary of state and foreign-policy hardliner John Bolton replacing H.R.
By Christopher R. Hill - Sep 30,2017
US President Donald Trump’s first address to the United Nations General Assembly will be remembered, above all, for its bizarre language and its descriptions of North Korea as “depraved”, Iran as “murderous” and Cuba and Venezuela as “corrupt”.And, beyond calling out miscreant me



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