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China's new ambassador to the United States, Cui Tiankai, arrived in Washington this week and takes up the key diplomatic post with a notable past of diplomatic activities, as detailed in leaked classified State Department cables from 2006 and 2010.
The United States has agreed to allow South Korea to possess longer-range missiles that could strike all of North Korea, officials said Sunday, a development expected to draw an angry response from the North.
=The United States has agreed to allow South Korea to possess longer-range missiles that could strike all of North Korea, officials said Sunday, a development expected to draw an angry response from the North.
The head of a leading news service covering North Korea is predicting that the ruling communist regime is headed for the dustbin of history - and soon.
A group of election observers led by former President Jimmy Carter said Monday that they found southern Sudan's recent referendum on independence from the north to have been credible.
The document dump of classified U.S. diplomatic cables is starting to jeopardize the positions of American ambassadors who sent the State Department candid reports on sensitive subjects, as foreign governments complain about the leaks and nervous officials in Washington try to deal with the fallout.
China knows less about and has less influence over its close ally North Korea than is usually presumed and is likely eventually to accept a reunified peninsula under South Korean rule, according to U.S. diplomatic files leaked to the WikiLeaks website.