Can they stick the landing? On Monday, Kim Jong Un unexpectedly declared that he was ready to negotiate the North’s participation in the South Korean-hosted Winter Olympics. Now Seoul’s reunification minister’s proposing meeting in the historic truce village between the two nations. It’s seen as a groundbreaking chance to ease tensions over the North’s nuclear weapons testing and threats, which South Korean President Moon Jae-in insists be included in any discussions. But experts say that topic, plus Kim’s demand that Seoul cancel spring military exercises with the U.S., are likely dealbreakers.