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Nearly three years after his failed bromance with Donald Trump, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is once again angling for U.S. 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 Kim is expecting a positive reaction from U.S. President Joe Biden, he shouldn’t hold his breath. With issues like China and the rebuilding of U.S. alliances topping Biden’s agenda, overtures to Kim are unlikely.

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