I apologize for the enthusiastic analysts, but it's such a ridiculous fanfare the Trump's meeting with Kim Jong-un. Especially because it diverted attention from the real news: the kick that the United States has given to its alliance with Europe in the strategy of "neoliberal globalization", whose main architects were Reagan and Thatcher back in the 1980s.
The media machine has created the global danger of North Korea, which is not, precisely for this: to make believe that Emperor Trump is a great negotiator, when it is known that the signed document does not lead to any concrete formal commitment.
Let's be serious: what danger can represent a country like North Korea, which occupies 1.28% of the territory of the United States, supposedly has less than 1% of world's nuclear weapons and is surrounded by powers and enemy military forces, that they will not let him launch the first rocket.
It is fair and very important for North Korea to finally end its war with the United States (which never ended, because what was signed in 1953 was an "armistice" and the artificial division of the two Koreas was the Yankee solution to his defeat). From that perspective, sitting at the negotiating table with the head of the empire (not the current leader in South Korea) is Kim's great diplomatic success (after dominating the nuclear cycle).
What will come out of all this? Only time will tell. There is no doubt that we are witnessing a dramatic change in world geopolitics ... and not precisely because of the meeting with Kim.