[Subscription Required] As President Trump meets Kim Jong Un in Hanoi for a second summit in as many years, he is leading a revolution in U.S. policy toward North Korea. While hanging on to the diplomatic fig leaf of Pyongyang’s permanent, irreversible denuclearization, Mr. Trump appears to have come to terms with North Korea’s nuclear weapons. Instead of denuclearization, the White House is pursuing the de facto normalization of relations so as to reduce the potential of a military conflict. The president is betting that his new strategy will make America safer. It also runs the risk of undermining the U.S. position in Asia.