A PASSERBY watches a broadcast on the Hanoi summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump, in Seoul, South Korea, on February 28..
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AMERICA, NORTH KOREA AND IRAN
Al-Ittihad, UAE, March 15International relations have what political scientists call “gray zones.” These are areas of no conflicting interests but no clear agreements either. Then there are “white zones,” which symbolize close relations and full partnership between actors. Finally, there are “black zones” that represent war and fighting. So long as the white and gray zones continue to grow, we are told, the world is moving toward becoming safer and more stable.
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