May 21, 2013 Headlines: Tensions with North Korea, a stronger WTO, and more.
Bloomberg: The U.S. and South Korea are hoping North Korea will recognize the need for peace on the peninsula in due time.
Bloomberg B.W.: America is in need of a strong World Trade orginization due to two key long-term trends in U.S. trade.
Reuters: President Obama and Chinese President Xi will meet in June to discuss a range of both regional and global issues.
Washington Post: Despite slow economic growth in the U.S., lawmakers are not in a hurry to create jobs and spur growth.
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