How To Interpret Trump And Kim’s Summit In Singapore

by Oliver Roeder of FiveThirtyEight

The initial accounting of the summit has called Kim the “cannier negotiator,” having extracted concessions both expected and surprising from the United States while agreeing only to soft promises.

But if the mere occurrence of the summit lowers the probability of nuclear war even a little, might it have been worth it?

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