Dennis P. Halpin, a former Foreign Service Officer and senior Congressional staff, is a consultant on Asian issues.
An upcoming visit to South Korea offers the President an opportunity to send a message to Pyongyang
Kim Jong Un has been remarkably good at keeping unpredictable actors at bay — for the time being
As dialogue stalls, it's up to Kim Jong Un to make the next move
Seoul has become over-reliant on the erratic whims of the 45th President
As the post-Sentosa fallout continues, it increasingly looks like Pyongyang was the big winner
In his new role as an international diplomat, Kim is following in his grandfather's footsteps
While talk is far preferable to conflict, it is too early to start uncorking the champagne bottles
Many things could still go wrong - and the meeting could prove to be a disaster
After Pence's bruising Opening Ceremony performance, the First Daughter could still steal the show
Emil Kapaun died in a N. Korean prison camp but his body may have been repatriated before 2005
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