Door already ajar: Trump may struggle to isolate North Korea again


DANDONG, China/SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korean officials have toured China to discuss economic development. Speculators are snapping up property along their common border. And South Korea is studying ways to boost engagement with its isolated neighbor to the north.

Chinese tourists look at a map detailing the route of a boat tour on the Yalu River, which separates North Korea and China, at a ticket office in Dandong, Liaoning province, China June 7, 2018. REUTERS/Brenda Goh

Across the region, there are signs that U.S. President Donald Trump’s campaign of “maximum pressure” on…



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