65 YEARS ON
The Historical Reasons the Korea Summit Can’t End With a Peace Treaty
By Steve Mollman
April 24, 2018
A peace treaty ending the war — like the the San Francisco Peace Treaty signed by the US, Japan, and dozens of other countries after World War II — could remain elusive. For starters, it would need to be signed by the United States, which also is technically still at war with North Korea.
“It is hard to see the US Senate approving any such treaty by the constitutionally required two-thirds margin,” notes Julian Ku, a professor at the law school of Hofstra University in New York.
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