After the Trump-Kim summit 2.0: What’s next for US policy on North Korea?
Taming Japan’s deflation
Asia Transnational Threats Forum: Counterterrorism in Asia
[North Korea is trying to make the nuclear talks all about Trump and Kim. But history shows that professionals must lay the groundwork first.] Leaders can change the whole trajectory of bilateral ties … but this is the first time we have seen Kim directly interact with the president.
Jonathan D. Pollack will moderate a discussion with Ambassador Frank Wisner on potential nuclear conflicts in Asia and shifting U.S. nuclear policy on April 1.
If Trump does not feel an urgency for denuclearization of North Korea, then why would Kim?
[The outcome of the Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi points to] the limits of personal rapport and the importance of process.