President Moon Jae-in produced better-than-expected results from his first summit talks with U.S. President Donald Trump as he succeeded in aligning their respective approaches to North Korea, U.S. experts said Saturday.
Alan Romberg, a distinguished fellow at the Stimson Center, also said the results were better than expected.
“Of course not all the differences between Seoul and Washington were resolved over the course of this brief summit. It would have been totally unrealistic to expect they would be. But neither was there the kind of confrontation that many feared and even predicted,” he said.
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