The second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has ended without any deal or agreement.

Washington insists though that dialogue with Pyongyang will continue and the collapse of the Hanoi summit is not a major disappointment.

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7 months ago

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joe
joe
a year ago

In my view, i don't think there's any willingness to negotiate anyway. The lack of an agreement is pretty normal in the early goings for any talks, but with these two parties, the lack of actual agreement on what happened is even more predictable. We have parties that are pathological in their spin and outright lying about circumstances, which leads me to believe that this entire summit, or series of summits, is more about grandstanding and bragging rights than is it anything about solving a meaningful problem.

josiah
josiah
a year ago

The lack of an agreement is predictable, as the experts note here, but there could be a loss of goodwill / willingness to negotiate that follows. What do you guys think?