Washington and Pyongyang both expect something that the other side will not give, pointing to continuing stagnation in attempts to end the North Korean nuclear crisis. Photo: Reuters
Edward Howell
Opinion

Opinion

Edward Howell

Who will step up to get talks on the North Korean nuclear threat moving again?

  • Edward Howell writes that for now, diplomacy may not be sufficient to advance the effort to compel North Korea to rein in its nuclear ambitions
  • With three out of the five permanent UN Security Council members unwilling to budge, Washington or Pyongyang may need to act

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Washington and Pyongyang both expect something that the other side will not give, pointing to continuing stagnation in attempts to end the North Korean nuclear crisis. Photo: Reuters
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