Former senior CIA analyst
Kent Harrington, a former senior CIA analyst, has served as national intelligence officer for East Asia and the CIA’s director of public affairs.
Nearly three years after his failed bromance with Donald Trump, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un is once again angling for US attention. North Korea has tested a new, high-tech missile and hinted that it may agree to restart talks with South Korea, where President Moon Jae-in desperately wants to resuscitate his moribund outreach to the North. But if Mr Kim is expecting a positive reaction from US President Joe Biden, he shouldn't hold his breath. With issues like China and the rebuilding of US alliances topping Mr Biden's agenda, overtures to Mr Kim are unlikely.