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Author Michael Fuchs discusses how U.S. tensions with North Korea might evolve following the country's summit meeting with South Korea in April.

The temporary thaw in tensions with North Korea during the Olympics has been extended for at least six weeks. With a summit meeting between South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un planned for late April, and an offer of U.S.-North Korea talks on the table, there is now a genuine opportunity for progress.

But if it feels like the North Korea issue has been a rollercoaster ride over the last year, buckle up. We are now entering a truly unstable, unpredictable and dangerous period.

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Michael Fuchs

Senior Fellow