April 13, 2024

Strategic ambiguity: even in DC, no-one knows what Trump will do next

The administration's ambiguous North Korea policy keeps DPRK-watchers guessing

The North Korean issue has never attracted so much attention – since the end of the Korean War, at least - especially in Washington, D.C. The Trump administration sees the North Korea nuclear program as one of the most important items on its foreign policy agenda.

So it was interesting to be in Washington, and this piece will present some general impressions of my recent trip to D.C. - without naming names, of course.

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