What would constitute an effective deal on denuclearization and peace with North Korea?
Why U.S. talk of the “Libya model” drew a strong pushback from North Korea.
Successful diplomatic nonproliferation outcomes do not come easily or quickly. But Trump’s top advisors contributed to creating a hostile environment around the summit. North Korea’s reaction was not surprising. Unfortunately, the president got spooked when he should have stayed calm and carried on.
Join Arms Control Association Executive Director Daryl Kimball and Director for Nonproliferation Policy Kelsey Davenport for a members-only briefing on the future of the Iran Deal and the upcoming U.S.-North Korea Summit.
For most of the past year, North Korea’s provocative long-range missile launches and a high-yield nuclear test, combined with the reckless threats of “fire and fury” and “preventive war” from the U.S. White House, have raised tensions and increased the threat of a catastrophic conflict in the region.
How the Trump-Kim meeting can go well—or badly.
Two experts look ahead to a pivotal meeting.
Panmunjeom Declaration for Peace, Prosperity and Unification of the Korean Peninsula
The planned Trump-Kim summit is good, important, and impressive, but it comes with a lot of risks, says former U.S. envoy Bill Richardson.
Trump and Kim may have different views as to what precisely is up for negotiation.
North Korea Urged to Sign CTBT
Will talks ease tensions or set the stage for U.S. military strikes?
Press release on the appointment of John Bolton as National Security Advisor