New pressure on Trump's summit

Kim Jong un and Moon Jae in
North Korea's Kim Jong-un and South Korea's Moon Jae, after signing their declaration at the Peace House. (Korea Summit Press Pool/Getty Images)

The two Koreas' "new era of peace" raises the bar for President Trump's summit with North Korea: He'll go in with credit and momentum, but now will want an even splashier accomplishment than yesterday's path to officially ending the Korean War.

Why it matters: "This Korea summit sets the baseline — no war — and puts it on DJT and the summit with [Kim Jong-un] to pry the weapons out of the [North Korean] leader's hands," says Victor Cha, Korea chair at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.