There is a slim but real chance of peace in Korea – as long as the US doesn’t concede too much

By John Hemmings

Tags: , , ,

Happy day: the news that President Trump has agreed to a summit with North Korea’s Kim Jung-un sometime in May at last raises the possibility of de-escalating the long-simmering crisis.

But before we start cracking out the bubbly and nominating for Nobel Peace Prizes, a cold assessment of the negotiations is necessary.

Even presuming that this isn’t simply another North Korean time-buying exercise, there are still big obstacles to a resolution. First, when both sides talk about “denuclearisation” they mean very different things.

Read more in The Telegraph.


Lost your password?

Not a member? Please click here