Lies Semi Korea

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Was the work of Japanese Buddhist missionaries 'evil,' as many historians have indicated? To problematize this view, this article revisits the most vilified of Japanese Buddhist missionaries of the pre-colonial and colonial period (1877–1945). Takeda Hanshi (1863–1911) was both a staunch imperialist and a Sōtō Buddhist priest. His infamy in politics derives from his participation in the assassination of the queen of Korea and enabling Japan's annexation of Korea. For Buddhists, he is the mastermind behind the Sōtō sect's attempt to control Korean Buddhism through an alliance with its first modern institution, the Wŏnjong. Scholars have focused on these three events, thus reinforcing the view that Takeda was the epitome of Japanese imperial aggression. However, a close examination of Takeda's writings from 1907 to 1911 sheds new light on his missionary work. I argue that despite his imperial ideology, Takeda made strenuous efforts, until 1910, to promote the Wŏnjong and defend its autonomy. Based on overlooked primary sources, this article presents a case study that furthers recent scholarly calls to move beyond the imperialist/victim or hero/traitor framing of colonial Korean Buddhist history.

This image shows proof of operations continuing at the Uranium Enrichment Plant. Source:Supplied But the authors did note that ongoing work at the facility did not necessarily mean North Korea was not still committed to denuclearisation. “The North’s nuclear cadre can be expected to proceed with business as usual until specific orders are issued from Pyongyang,” the report said. US intelligence agencies believe North Korea has increased its fuel production for nuclear missiles at a number of secret research sites. “There’s no evidence that they are decreasing stockpiles, or that they have stopped their production,” one official briefed on the latest intelligence told. “There is absolutely unequivocal evidence that they are trying to deceive the US.”. Another official said the administration was aware of Mr Kim’s efforts and was watching the secretive nation “closely”.

“Work is ongoing to deceive us on the number of facilities, the number of weapons, the number of missiles,” the official said. “We are watching closely.” The latest assessment concludes there is more than one secret site — but the North Korean leader is not declaring it upfront. It suggests Mr Trump’s tweet of just a few weeks ago — in which he declared “there is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea” — may have been overly optimistic.

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North Korea has great potential for the future!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) On June 12, Mr Kim and Mr Trump signed a historic pledge in Singapore “to work towards complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula”, but the term “denuclearisation” was never clearly defined, nor was a timeline specified.

It stopped short of longstanding US demands for North Korea to give up its atomic arsenal in a “verifiable” and “irreversible” way. ‘KIM WILL DISMANTLE NUCLEAR PROGRAM WITHIN A YEAR’ The White House expects Kim Jong-un to dismantle his nuclear weapons programs within a year. White House national security adviser John Bolton told CBS’ Face The Nation that Washington has devised a program to dismantle North Korea’s weapons of mass destruction — chemical, biological and nuclear — and ballistic missile programs in a year, if there is full co-operation and disclosure from Pyongyang. “If they have the strategic decision already made to do that and they’re cooperative, we can move very quickly,” he said.

“Physically we would be able to dismantle the overwhelming bulk of their programs within a year.” He said Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will likely discuss that proposal with the North Koreans soon. The White House expects Kim Jong-un to dismantle his nuclear weapons programs within a year. Source:AFP But some experts have argued this time frame is not realistic. “It would be physically possible to dismantle the bulk of North Korea’s programs within a year,” said Thomas Countryman, the State Department’s top arms control officer under President Barack Obama. “I do not believe it would be possible to verify full dismantlement within a year, nor have I yet seen evidence of a firm DPRK decision to undertake full dismantlement.” Even if North Korea is willing to co-operate, dismantling its secretive weapons of mass destruction programs, believed to encompass dozens of sites, will be tough. Stanford University academics, including nuclear physicist Siegfried Hecker, a leading expert on the North’s nuclear program, have proposed a 10-year road map for that task; others say it could take less time. Mr Trump reiterated in a recent interview that he thinks Mr Kim is serious about denuclearisation.

“I made a deal with him. I shook hands with him. I really believe he means it,” the president said on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo. Donald Trump still believes Kim Jong-un is serious about denuclearisation. Source:AP Mr Trump defended his decision to suspend “war games” with close ally South Korea — a significant concession to North Korea, which so far has suspended nuclear and missile tests and destroyed tunnels at its nuclear test site but not taken further concrete steps to denuclearise.

“Now we’re saving a lot of money,” Mr Trump said of the cancellation of large-scale military drills that involve flights of US bombers from the Pacific US territory of Guam. “So we gave nothing. What we are going to give is good things in the future. And by the way I really believe North Korea has a tremendous future. I got along really well with Chairman Kim. “We had a great chemistry.”.