Singapore Summit: A few months back, the whole world was awaiting a possible nuclear war between North Korea and USA and today, US President Donald Trump and North Korean Dictator Kin Jong Un are going to sit together in Singapore Summit.
The Singapore summit has already eclipsed expectations with the probable impact it can have on the world events and also, a change which was apprehended in the last 70 years.
Thankfully, Kim Jong Un has agreed to buckle and meet whimsical Donald Trump, who has been a vastly divisive figure in US politics. In other words, both the leaders are expected to do things which they are not expected to – this is why the world media closely observing the Singapore summit today. Donald Trump has categorically remarked that he is feeling really great and stresses on working together on the nuclear issue.
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Let’s not forget the fact that Donald Trump arrived in Singapore after a bitter showdown with US allies over trade tariffs. That even made things worse for him in the G7 summit in Canada. This has indirectly put pressure on Donald Trump to prove his credentials as the US Supremo, the world leader. Kim Jong Un on other hand is not in a better footing either.
The North Korean economy hasn’t grown at all with all economic restrictions and currently, he has been diplomatic with his politics. He looks ready to look beyond his natural allies in the Chinese. This has actually opened huge possibilities in the Asian front, which can redefine diplomacy in South East Asia.
Anyhow there are two possibilities with this summit. On one hand, this can be a huge success, scripting a unique journey of friendship between US and North Korea. And on the other, this can turn out to be a disaster or a mere political stunt, eventually leading to a face to face military showdown.
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Donald Trump, a person who is all about name and fame, will not like to miss out to be immortalized with the names of US Presidents like Richard Nixon or Ronald Reagan, as far as international relations are concerned.
The good thing about this meet has been the end (maybe temporary) of years of the tension of North Korean nuclear and missile tests. With an economy, which doesn’t look too promising right now, Donald Trump is rightly not too keen on war.
Thus the Singapore summit can truly explore a new angle in global stability. Anyhow, the Chinese will be most worried about the recent developments and they will probably need to rephrase their strategies fast!