A United States-Republic of Korea-People's Republic of China Trilateral Meeting

A United States-Republic of Korea-People's Republic of China Trilateral Meeting

A United States-Republic of Korea-People’s Republic of China Trilateral Meeting

The Forum on Asia-Pacific Security (FAPS) of the National Committee on American Foreign Policy (NCAFP), in cooperation with the Korea Society, convened Chinese, South Korean, and American participants to discuss opportunities and challenges in ending North Korea’s nuclear program at a moment of uncertainty, anticipation and skepticism following the April 27, 2018 third inter-Korean summit at Panmunjom and three weeks in advance of an historic first-ever meeting between American and North Korean leaders in Singapore on June 12. Would this series of summits be the turning point in ending the seemingly intractable Korean conflict and achieving the denuclearization of North Korea, or would it be another chapter in a Korean conflict characterized by deep distrust and mutual misunderstanding? Certainly, despite deep skepticism borne of experience, all sides must seek opportunities for greater progress than has been yielded by over two decades of U.S.-North Korean diplomatic history characterized by disappointing failed encounters.

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