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THE BROAD VIEW

The Trump-Kim bromance: is the honeymoon over?

The second meeting between the leaders ended abruptly, with no agreement reached between the two sides.

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Despite declaring that he "fell in love" with the North Korean leader in Singapore, President Trump appears to have turned a cold shoulder to Kim Jong Un, with no promise of a third meeting in sight.

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In Hanoi, they were obliged to talk about the details of their relationship: setting boundaries and determining what each partner wants. Such discussions are much more complex. Will there be a breakup, or will the US and North Korea be able to take their relationship to the next level?

FOLLOWING the blossoming of the historic bromance between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un that took place on the idyllic resort island of Sentosa in Singapore last year, it now appears that the honeymoon period is over, and reality has hit hard.

The second meeting between the US and North...

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