US Policy Shift May Unfold If Second Trump-Kim Summit Occurs

Significant policy changes may follow in 2019 if US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un eventually decide to meet for a second summit, Hyun Lee, a member of the Solidarity Committee for Democracy and Peace in Korea, told Sputnik.

“If there is a second summit, that will basically mean that the Trump has won out [against competing agendas in the administration], and that there will be a significant shift in US policy toward North Korea,” Lee told Radio Sputnik’s By Any Means Necessary on Friday.

“I think Trump’s instinct is to take bold action here, and I think there are several reason for this,” she added, suggesting that the president’s desire to outdo his predecessor Barack Obama and to compete with China for “hegemonic” control of Asia were driving factors in a potential shift. Read More

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