Highlights of Professor Moon's response to the Seoul Foreign Correspondents’ Club (SFCC).
Why did the Hanoi Summit fail? Robert Carlin, Siegfried Hecker, and others say the onus of error is difficult to pinpoint on any one error.
Is there hope for a swift resolution to peacekeeping talks with the DPRK? Perhaps not, but Dr. Hayes has two important suggestions for trust-building with the nuclear power.
An immediate way out of the present-day deadlock between the U.S. and DPRK, as analyzed by Robert Carlin.
Hecker and Carlin have a ten-year plan to end the stalemate with the DPRK. It's called "halt, rollback, and eliminate," and it can break down the technical barriers to peace.
The Hanoi Summit ultimately culminated in a failure between Trump and Kim to sign an agreement. How did we get here, and what will come next?
De-nuclearizing North Korea is not going to happen, and may in fact run counter to American interests. The answer to successful negotiations may lie in arms control instead.