Can North Korea, South Korea, and the United States successfully negotiate peace on the Korean Peninsula? And if so, how? On the verge of the third, and longest, inter-Korean summit in less than five months and with Pyongyang and Washington now discussing a potential second summit, the possibility of peace seems closer than ever before. Yet, there is need for caution. A peace treaty putting a formal end to the Korean War is as likely as a return to the hostility that defined North Korea-U.S. relations throughout 2017, as we argue in a new report jointly published by the London Asia Pacific Centre for Social Science, the Henry Jackson Society, and the KF-VUB Korea Chair.
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