It was six weeks ago when President Donald Trump held a historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Where do things stand now? Andrei Lankov, a professor of Korean studies at Kookmin University in Seoul, says he was never very hopeful about the summit leading to denuclearization. But he tells host Marco Werman that there are still opportunities for the Trump administration to make progress toward peace in northeast Asia.
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