BY JULIAN RYALL
TOKYO — The geopolitical situation in the Asia-Pacific region has changed immensely since October of last year, when North Korea declared that it would launch a “salvo of missiles” into waters around Guam and President Donald J. Trump hit back with a vow to respond with “fire and fury” to any further threats.
Now, 10 months later, relations between the regime in Pyongyang and the rest of the international community have improved to a point at which Trump is scheduled to meet Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, in Singapore . . .
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