Trump said he believed North Korea had taken specific steps toward denuclearization, despite widespread doubts about Kim's willingness to abandon his arsenal.
Chinese state-sponsored hackers may be targeting companies and state agencies in Malaysia as it looks to review several major projects linked to China's Belt and Road Initiative.
North Korea accused the US of going back on its word after the US urged Southeast Asian nations to maintain sanctions on North Korea until it gives up its nuclear weapons program.
For a colorful handful of Trump supporters who gather regularly on the streets of Seoul to call for aggressive action against North Korea, faith in the US president is unshaken.
Questions have arisen over Pyongyang's commitment to denuclearize after US spy satellite material detected renewed activity at the North Korean missile factory.
The Irrawaddy discusses the major developments and implications of the recently concluded third session of the 21st Century Panglong Peace Conference.
The US govt moves to block China Mobile from offering services to the US telecoms market, recommending it be rejected because the govt-owned firm poses national security risks.
The effort is among the steps promised by the two countries' leaders to improve relations that had deteriorated over the North's nuclear and missile programs.
Kim Jong Un and Xi Jinping assessed the historic meeting Kim had with US President Donald Trump last week and exchanged opinions on ways to resolve the issue of denuclearization.
Military representative compares Maungdaw to Kosovo; Parliament approves a proposal for the govt to take necessary security measures to prevent terrorist attacks in Myanmar.
The US and South Korea say the world is much safer after a historic summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, but critics say the US conceded too much.
Should they succeed in making a diplomatic breakthrough, it could bring lasting change to the security landscape of northeast Asia.
Vivian Balakrishnan will meet his North Korean counterpart, Ri Yong Ho, and the president of the Supreme People's Assembly, Kim Yong Nam, during his two-day visit to Pyongyang.
On one side, the words "World Peace" are accompanied by the dove and olive branch motif as well as a rose and a magnolia, the national flowers of the two countries.
Many local and international companies are reevaluating their hiring strategy because of the rising violence.