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North Korea and the US: What Next?

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North Korea and the US: What Next?

A Talk by Ambassador Joseph Yun, Former US Special Representative for North Korea, Senior Advisor at the US Institute of Peace

Three months ago, US President Donald Trump set foot in North Korea, becoming the first sitting US president to do so. This was the third meeting between Trump and Kim in twelve months, an unimaginable development for Americans and Koreans alike.  Ambassador Joseph Yun, former US Special Representative for North Korea, now senior advisor at the US Institute of Peace, will discuss what comes next now that Trump and Kim Jong Un have moved from “fire and fury” to exchanging “love letters.”  

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