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Edward Howell
Edward Howell
Edward is an ESRC Scholar in International Relations at the University of Oxford, specialising in East Asia and the Korean Peninsula.

Edward Howell writes that if Pyongyang and Washington want to get past their failure in Hanoi and make this month’s negotiations a success, they must realise the winner does not have to take all.

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A year after the Singapore summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, talks remain stalled. Will Washington lower expectations and make the next move?

Edward Howell writes that a three-way dialogue between the two Koreas and the US may prove effective since Washington and Pyongyang both seem willing to walk away from a bad deal.

Edward Howell says that at the next summit, at the end of February, the most crucial issue remains agreeing on what ‘denuclearisation’ would encompass.

Edward Howell writes that Pyongyang’s weapons are not going anywhere for now, so long as the gap remains in how the North and Washington define denuclearisation.