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N Korea at crossroads

Moon-Biden summit makes limited progress on North Korea

US decision to remove restrictions on South Korean missiles a potential issue

SEOUL -- The U.S. and South Korea have characterized their relationship as an "ironclad alliance" ever since they signed a mutual defense treaty in 1953. North Korea continues to test their partnership.

At a summit between Moon Jae-in and Joe Biden in Washington on Friday, the South Korean president pushed his American counterpart to reignite efforts for peace on the Korean Peninsula -- a process that has stalled since the collapse of talks at the 2019 Trump-Kim summit in Hanoi.

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