* Date : 2019-07-01
It all started with a single tweet by U.S. President Donald Trump inviting North Korea’s Kim Jong-un to the border between North and South Korea for a brief “Hello.”
Just a little over 24 hours later, at 3:45 PM on June 30, 2019, the entire world watched in awe the never-before-seen rendezvous between Trump and Kim at the Demilitarized Zone. And then, a brief get-together between the leaders of the two Koreas and the U.S.
Trump and Kim’s impromptu meeting at the DMZ: Does it signal the start of a deal or is it just another nice photo op and pageantry?
Will it break the impasse in the stalled nuclear talks? Where does South Korean President Moon Jae-in stand in the new nuclear diplomacy?
Our anchor Connyoung Jennifer Moon speaks to North Korea experts, Andray Abrahamian from APARC, Stanford University and Kim Chang-su of Korea Research Institute for National Strategy for an in-depth analysis of what to expect from henceforth in this 30-minute long roundtable. DMZ And Thereafter.