Although the US and North Korea have agreed in principle to meet in May, there is a long way to go before it happens. Analysts all know that the DPRK will not surrender their nuclear weapons.
Why would a state give up the only means it has to defend itself from another state that has previously left the land in ruins and has since stated its desire to destroy North Korea?
Whatever reason Kim Jong-un has for meeting Trump, it will not result in the end of North Korea’s nuclear capabilities.
In this piece, Abby Martin explores the story behind the increasing tensions between the two militaristic states.