What now for South Korea, China and Japan?


The historic June 12 summit in Singapore between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was a breakthrough moment in relations between Washington and Pyongyang. Now we want to know how the rest of East Asia will react, especially countries where North Korea’s nuclear program has threatened regional stability and security. While South Korea, China and Japan have different interests and positions on North Korea, all three of the Asian powers will be important players in efforts to implement the pledges made in Singapore.

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