Judging by the outcome of the first meeting between Trump and Kim, U.S. allies in the region have good reason to be deeply concerned.
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Since the historic June summit, the North Koreans have reaped significant benefits without having to make any real concessions.
President Barack Obama's order for U.S. commandos to target an Islamic State commander in Syria was part of an evolving strategy to disrupt the militant group, which has proven resilient to airstrikes intended to break its grip on parts of the Middle East. The raid ...