Hope at Last for Korean Nuclear Issue?

The six-party talks on the Korean nuclear issue have resumed at last in Beijing after a year-long hiatus. While cautious optimism has been adopted by the negotiators, can progress truly be made while chief antagonists, North Korea and the US, remain doggedly fixed on their positions?

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