North Korea and South Korea talks: What do they mean? | IN 60 SECONDS

While the image of North and South Korea meeting to talk implies that perhaps there could be peace between the two nations, AEI’s Oriana Skylar Mastro advises that there could be more nefarious intentions behind Kim Jong Un’s sudden diplomacy.

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