The Trump team needs to regroup in order to develop, in close coordination with Japan and South Korea, a unified strategy that protects the interests of America and its allies.
While a recent tonal shift in North Korean statements is a jarring departure from the image Kim has been conveying for the past five months, diplomacy isn’t doomed yet.
While the Pompeo-Kim meeting is a good sign for diplomacy, it also raises serious questions about the former CIA director's suitability for Secretary of State.
Seoul is often unsure where Trump stands—and if he really has South Korea's back.
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