The first summit between the leaders of the Democratic People’s Republic and the Republic of Korea since 2007 is planned for April 27, prior to the DPRK-US summit in May. The decision came just after DPRK leader Kim Jong Un finished his four-day “unofficial” visit to Beijing on Wednesday. What can be expected from the Korean summit? How will the summit shape the Kim-Trump meeting?
Over the past decades, the US has tried to promote its own values with limited success. Why is “liberal democracy” struggling to take roots in many parts of the world? Thomas Carothers, SVP for Studies at Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, shared his perspective on the program.
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