Trump Should Moderate Summit Expectations, Analysts Say
North Koreans have not lived up to their end of previous negotiations, according to experts.
By Laura Figueroa Hernandez
June 9, 2018
“The one thing to keep in mind is we’ve had this conversation with the North Koreans before,” said Julian Ku, a professor at Hofstra Law School who specializes in U.S. foreign policy. “We’ve had these negotiations — not with the presidents themselves, but we’ve had these high-level negotiations, and it’s failed each time for a variety of reasons, mostly because the North Koreans didn’t feel like they had to actually live up to their end.”
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