Analysis & Opinions - The Jerusalem Post

From Pyongyang to Tehran, Jerusalem and Back

| June 14, 2018

With North Korea agreeing, at least in principle, to complete nuclear dismantlement (they have failed to live up to similar commitments before), a comparative threshold has been set.

Pyongyang is about as far from Israel geographically and psychologically as possible. Israelis could therefore be excused if they thought that the outcome of the recent summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore had little direct importance for them.

However, it has wide ranging ramifications for Israel....

For more information on this publication: Please contact the Belfer Communications Office
For Academic Citation: Freilich, Chuck.“From Pyongyang to Tehran, Jerusalem and Back.” The Jerusalem Post, June 14, 2018.