Analysts and commentators have a lot to pick over in Donald Trump’s extraordinary summit with Kim Jon-un in Singapore on Tuesday.
Theories about game plan and nuclear diplomacy are little more than speculation at this stage, and the result of the talks are anyone’s guess given the turbulence of the last year.
But there is a growing consensus among some experts that the two leaders will strike a symbolic ‘easy victory’ together by formally declaring an end to 68 years of the Korean War.
The war broke out in June 1950 and the fighting was brought to an end three years later with an armistice that leaves the United Nations Command still technically at war with North Korea and China…
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