Trump has just sent a letter to Kim cancelling the summit initially planned for June 12, due to the "open hostility" with relation to the conflict on vice-president Mike Pence's comments and other issues. Yet, both sides are still open to talks and it was recently said that the June 12 meeting was still possible. Then again, we have to note that North Korea was the first who threatened to cancel the talks over the routine RoK-USA military drills.
What are your thoughts? What do you think both sides are trying to achieve? Do you think North Korea would fully denuclearise? Why the sudden change in stance of North Korea compared to last year? The official reason that North Korea have "achieved their nuclear goals" doesn't seem quite logical. Seems like both sides are playing games...
All of us hope for a peaceful resolution, and it seems like we are witnessing, and hopefully would be witnessing, a historical turning point for world peace. Nevertheless, it's still interesting to ponder and think about what is actually happening.
Please comment, and we can get a discussion started :)