South Korea needs to persuade the North to stick to current strategy while getting the US to be more flexible.
The beginning of Korea’s diplomatic normalization must be the firm restoration of liberal democracy and the free market.
This relentless "all or nothing" principle may only serve to hurt negotiations.
[R]eciprocal trust has apparently been damaged by an opportunity that, in all truth, has been wasted.
Trump did not have any rabbits in his hat and Kim will not be tricked into abandoning his nuclear power.
Will the American president take the humility he showed in Hanoi far enough to recognize the merits of diplomacy?
[I]f the summit was blustery, it was due to other reasons, not to cloudscapes in the meeting’s organization
Kim will not be unsatisfied with the course of events. His people ... will praise him for being able to withstand American pressure.