Singapore “doesn’t give Trump or Kim the dramatic photo-op they would otherwise enjoy or home court advantage,” said Duyeon Kim, visiting senior research fellow at the Korean Peninsula Future Forum, a nonpartisan think tank in Seoul.”But it’s a nominally neutral country…[this could] help in reducing some distractions and keeping the focus of the summit on substance, especially when the stakes are so high.”
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President Trump will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore on June 12