Will America’s relationship with North Korea change during the Biden era?
A great controversy lately dominates the American scene, especially after the announcement of Joe Biden’s victory in the presidency of the United States of America.
This is due to the changes that will occur in the foreign policy of the United States of America and among the most important of these countries It is North Korea led by Kim Jong Un
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The relationship of America and North Korea in the Trump era
President Donald Trump’s period witnessed a good relationship with North Korean President Kim Jong Un, as it witnessed historical meetings and many messages that Donald Trump described as love letters, and the period witnessed an agreement in Singapore to disarm, but it was not very successful.
The South Korean site “Sushin Po”, the relationship between North Korea and the United States in the Trump era, confirms with “the warmth in the relationship between the two countries.”
The expected relationship between America and North Korea in the Biden era
Experts and political analysts expect that the relationship will return to its previous status during the era of the next president, Joe Biden. Analysts relied on Biden’s speeches and his recent debate in which he declared that he would only meet the North Korean leader with several conditions, describing Kim Jong Un as a “scoundrel” and accusing Donald Trump of exaggerating his closeness to him.
Meanwhile, North Korean press attacked President-elect Joe Biden, describing him as ugly, rejecting his criticism of their leader Kim Jong Un
Will the world arena witness a clash between North Korea and the United States in the coming period?