Hope is not lost: President Biden might actually make progress on North Korea
Many see Joe Biden only as “strategic patience.” But if elected, he may take things in an entirely different direction.
At first glance, the future of North Korea policy looks grim as the United States closes in on its Nov. 2020 presidential election.
Some analysts scoff at President Trump’s “photo-op diplomacy” with Kim Jong Un, while others dismiss Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden’s potential win as more Obama-era “strategic do-nothing” and a total end to summits.
But a wholesale dismissal of Biden’s North Korea policy might be a mistake.
If the former vice president wins the election in November, the stars may finally align for the progressive Blue House and its soft
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