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Singapore: The Safe Choice for Trump's Meeting With Kim Jong Un

In selecting a location with no connection to the Korean war, the president opted for neutral ground.
Source: Edgar Su / Reuters

SEOUL—Lee Kuan Yew, the founding father of Singapore, was as a big man on a small stage. Now that small stage will need to accommodate two big men. On Thursday, Donald Trump that he will hold nuclear negotiations with Kim Jong Un—the first encounter between a U.S. president and North Korean leader—on June 12 in the Southeast Asian city-state.

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