May 29, 2024
Analysis

What would it take for the U.S. and North Korea to agree to a peace treaty?

Ending the decades-long conflict will not be easy - and may take years

It does not take much to sign a peace treaty: you need two people from two countries at war, a neutral place to gather, a firm table, a piece of paper, and a pen. But in a world entrapped in complex global politics, this simple act requires a whole lot more.

In this first part of a series, NK News analyzes the obstacles to the signing of a peace treaty from the perspective of both parties: the United States and North Korea.

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