Daniel R. DePetris is a fellow at Defense Priorities and a foreign affairs columnist at Newsweek.
Washington should break out of its sanctions-focused limbo and propose a deal to ensure peace on the peninsula
DPRK leader Kim Jong Un won’t fire his new cruise and ballistic missiles at the US or its allies
The U.S. should support inter-Korean projects as a step towards this reality
Pyongyang cares much more about self-preservation than it does about prosperity
The President may wish to resume talks with Kim, but the U.S. must be more realistic about what it can actually achieve
Good relations between Kim and Trump can't conceal how broken the diplomatic process has become
Denuclearization may be off the table, but a more traditional arms control agreement might just still be possible
President Trump will need to break outdated Cold War thinking in Washington if progress is to be made with the DPRK
Moving away from pie in the sky hopes of CVID may be the only way to secure an effective deal
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