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Muddling on With Pyongyang: Trump's South Korea Trip and a Return to Equilibrium


November 9, 2017
By Ankit Panda

U.S. President Donald Trump’s inaugural trip to South Korea — the first “state visit” by a U.S. president since George H.W. Bush — could have gone worse. Expectations were low going in, but Trump mostly kept to the script, avoiding the sort of bellicosity that might further sour an already tense and dangerous relationship with North Korea and any acrimony toward the U.S.-South Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS).
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