May 29, 2024
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How a trusted advisor might recommend Kim Jong Un approach CVID with Trump

Tal Inbar considers what suggestions an advisor might recommend with an eye at keeping nukes

How might North Korea have been preparing to evidence its commitment towards denuclearization in a way that will credibly convince the United States this week in Singapore?

To get a sense for some of the things that might be going through decision makers' minds in Pyongyang, Tal Inbar – head of the Space and UAV Research Center at Israel's Fisher Institute for Air and Space Strategic Studies – presents a fictional account of how a trusted advisor to Kim Jong Un might recommend how to proceed.

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