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Biden's Asia policy

US searches for North Korean reset after ending policy review

Pyongyang hits back, saying Biden shows hostile intentions

U.S. President Joe Biden and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un: The Biden administration's policy toward Pyongyang will not focus on achieving a "grand bargain" on denuclearization, the White House says. (Source photos by Reuter and KCNA via Reuters)

WASHINGTON/SEOUL -- The Biden administration has completed its review of past U.S. policy toward North Korea but has offered few clues as to what its approach will be, apart from remaining focused on the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

North Korea responded harshly, saying in a Foreign Ministry statement Sunday the review showed Biden intends to maintain a hostile stance toward Pyongyang.

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