“We have to remember [North Korea has] an estimated GDP per person per year that is more along the lines of Congo or some of the poorest countries in Africa. This is a country that is suffering and [Kim Jong-Un] knows that…. So for me, it was only a matter of time that he and President Trump would start putting out feelers to get back to these nuclear negotiations. I think there was a loss of faith after Hanoi and so he’s looking for a chance to get back to that negotiating table.”

-----Jean H. Lee

The Wilson Center's Jean Lee talks with CBS News senior national security contributor Michael Morell and Margaret Brennan to discuss the future of North Korean relations after President Trump's historic meeting with Kim Jong Un.