Towards a “Reset” in U.S.-North Korea Relations?

Issue & Policy Briefs September 26, 2014, No. 161

More than two years on since the last official talks between the two countries, recent indicators from Pyongyang and Washington could prove auspicious for a “reset” in U.S.-North Korea relations. But while Pyongyang is signalling a willingness to engage in strategic dialogue with the United States, this policy brief argues that options for diplomacy and dialogue remain remote as long as the impasse on denuclearization remains unresolved.

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