Many are questioning if the “comprehensive” document signed on Tuesday, after the historic summit between US President Donald Trump and the DPRK leader Kim Jung Un, would really assure Pyongyang’s denuclearization pledge. Trump said at the press conference that a combined group potentially involving the US, the Republic of Korea (ROK) and even Japan would be willing to facilitate the process though it may take “a long time”, and stressed that Kim would embark on the denuclearization effort immediately when he returns to Pyongyang. How will the US alter its sanctions on the DPRK now that the process for “complete denuclearization” is getting realized? Where are US-DPRK ties heading?
Zhao Hai from the Chinese Academy of Social Science, Victor Teo at University of Hong Kong, and Tat Yan Kong from SOAS University of London, join the discussion.
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