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What Will Trump Give Up for Peace with North Korea?

IN YEARS OF DEALING WITH NORTH KOREA, I HAVE LEARNED THAT THE REGIME NEVER GIVES ANYTHING AWAY FOR FREE.

The announcement at the White House on Thursday evening that President Trump will meet the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, within two months raises more questions than it answers. While the unpredictability of a meeting between these two unconventional leaders provides unique opportunities to end the decades-old conflict, its failure could also push the two countries to the brink of war.

The South Korean national security adviser,

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