The unlikely and unofficial moderator between the United States and North Korea is South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in. Headway is being made with the North being surprisingly willing to negotiate after two years of tough talk and little action.
Can the Korean peninsula see a lasting peace that doesn’t include nuclear weapons and land mines between them? We may be closer to seeing that reality than we’ve seen since before the Korean War started. They want a treaty that will finally end the war after nearly seven decades.