Pusan National University's Kelly said Trump had offered the North Koreans a huge amount in Singapore, including the suspension of military exercises with South Korea, without getting concrete promises in return.
President Trump cast new doubt Wednesday on the future of U.S.
The statement said Mr Trump believed North Korea was under "tremendous pressure" from China, but Beijing was also supplying Pyongyang with "considerable aid", including fuel, fertiliser and commodities. "This is not helpful!"
Now, the fallout from the failure to articulate exactly what the United States' position is outside of "Trump is the best dealmaker ever!" is beginning to manifest amongst our allies.
North Korea has warned that denuclearization talks are "again at stake and may fall apart", leading to the resumption of "nuclear and missile activities".
"China, as a responsible country, adheres to principles".
For its part, North Korea has returned what are believed to be remains of US servicemen from the Korean War. "A good faith effort was made". He said no decision has been made on when to resume military exercises, but his statements suggested the recent cancellation might not be repeated. The exercises were postponed past year until April after the completion of the Winter Olympics and Paralympics in South Korea.
The State Department maintained that the two sides remain closely coordinated.
A spokesperson said, "In general, United States aircraft and ships operate from Japan every day in support of our commitments to our allies and partners in the region and in the interests of regional peace and security".
Countries like the USA have banned their citizens from visiting the country over security issues and global sanctions that've recently hit the recluse nation.
"I remember Pearl Harbor", Trump said and he then launched into a blistering critique of Japan's economic policies, the newspaper reported.
"There are subjects and fields that aren't impacted by sanctions", said Kim Yong Il, North Korea's chief delegate at UNESCO in Paris, according to a previously unreported transcript of his remarks.
"I know he will be traveling in the region sometime probably within the next several weeks or so to meet some of his counterparts in other countries", she said.
In similar, more law-abiding news, a report from Yonhap on August 27, 2018, indicated that North Korea may be looking towards launching a cryptocurrency exchange rather than the next Ransomware. But since that historic meeting, there has been little progress toward the USA goal of North Korean denuclearisation.
Asked whether he thinks North Korea is holding up its end of the deal, Trump said: "We're going to have to see".