A giant image of Kim Jong-un and confetti appear at the end of a concert at Pyongyang Arena in the North Korean capital. Washington has not engaged the North Korean ruler since he took power in 2011. Even Beijing has had a testy relationship with him. Photo: Washington Post

US concessions on Korean peninsula could go a long way

John Barry Kotch says some flexibility on THAAD and other related issues by the US and others would better serve the common cause of curbing North Korea’s nuclear ambitions

Topic |   Korean peninsula

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A giant image of Kim Jong-un and confetti appear at the end of a concert at Pyongyang Arena in the North Korean capital. Washington has not engaged the North Korean ruler since he took power in 2011. Even Beijing has had a testy relationship with him. Photo: Washington Post
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