After the Summit

Prospects for the Korean Peninsula

Published in: Survival, Volume 60, Issue 4 (August-September 2018), Pages 21-28. doi: 10.1080/00396338.2018.1494976

Posted on on July 18, 2018

by Bruce W. Bennett, James Dobbins, Jeffrey W. Hornung, Andrew Scobell

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History suggests that the most probable consequence of the Singapore Summit will be difficult and lengthy negotiation followed by slow and inadequate compliance, quite possibly on both sides.

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