From the New York Times:
BREAKING NEWSWhat is the ideal outcome here long term for the Korean peninsula?
By MARK LANDLER 19 minutes ago
The invitation was delivered by South Korean officials, who said that President Trump had accepted and would meet with Kim Jong-un by May.
No sitting president has ever met a North Korean leader, and Mr. Trump had ruled out direct talks unless the North drastically reduces its nuclear arsenal.
China doesn’t want an American military ally on the Yalu River.
Japan doesn’t really want a united Korea.
The North Korean regime wants to survive.
What does South Korea want?