Why an "all-or-nothing" pitch to North Korea is a diplomatic dead-end | NK News
July 13, 2024
Opinion

Why an “all-or-nothing” pitch to North Korea is a diplomatic dead-end

If talks are to succeed, the U.S. must accept that only a step-by-step approach will work

It's been more than a month since the collapse of the summit in Vietnam, and the ramifications stemming from the failure of that meeting are still unfolding.

There is no doubt that Hanoi was a diplomatic failure that revealed the wide gulf that exists between the United States and North Korea when it comes to the latter’s “complete denuclearization." 

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