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Opinion

U.S. should build on the lesson of Trump-Kim summits

Meetings showed that North Korea will not negotiate in good faith

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Donald Trump walks with Kim Jong Un in Singapore in June 2018: No breakthrough deal emerged.     © KCNA/Reuters

Anthony W. Holmes is a senior nonresident fellow at the Project 2049 Institute in Arlington, Virginia. He was previously special adviser for North Korea in the Office of the U.S. Secretary of Defense.

North Korea's recent public return to testing intercontinental and other nuclear-capable missiles and its apparent preparations for a nuclear test have once again raised calls for "diplomacy without preconditions" with Pyongyang.

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